Our lawyers have argued constitutional and quasi-constitutional cases before the courts, commissions and regulatory tribunals representing individuals as well as national and multinational corporations.
Constitutional litigation is a complex area of public law that can involve challenging legislation or the conduct of state actors. Constitutional challenges will arise as independent actions, or within a legal or regulatory proceeding for determination by a court or the presiding decision-maker.
JSS Barristers has extensive experience in constitutional and quasi-constitutional law, including the division of powers under the Constitution Act, the Canadian Bill of Rights and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Our services in this area are primarily directed at constitutional issues arising within, or through, civil and regulatory proceedings.