Aidan Macnab

Aidan Macnab

Aidan Macnab is an Associate Editor for Key Media’s legal publications including Canadian LawyerLaw Times, and Lexpert. He's responsible for interviewing and profiling the most influential lawyers in the Canadian legal industry.

Aidan is a graduate of Ryerson School of Journalism with specialties that include sports writing, politics, magazine-style features, and survey-content curation.

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COVID-19 continues to drive family law work

COVID-19 continues to drive family law work

Revisiting divorce agreements, disputes over in-person versus online school among main issues: lawyers

Judge supervising insolvency can prioritize priming charges over Crown's deemed trust: Supreme Court

Judge supervising insolvency can prioritize priming charges over Crown's deemed trust: Supreme Court

Ruling provides clarity for insolvency practitioners and will benefit lenders, says lawyer

Court of Appeal rules judge erred in finding hearsay evidence inadmissible

Court of Appeal rules judge erred in finding hearsay evidence inadmissible

Appellant alleged her father arranged to have her unknowingly smuggle 1.9 kilos of cocaine

Case 'about breaking new ground' for accountability in coroner death investigations: Julian Falconer

Case 'about breaking new ground' for accountability in coroner death investigations: Julian Falconer

Coroners routinely opt not to investigate deaths in remote Indigenous communities in-person: report

Immigration consultant loses judicial review application, took $110,000 from Syrian, Iraqi refugees

Immigration consultant loses judicial review application, took $110,000 from Syrian, Iraqi refugees

Feds should revisit whether consultants should be allowed to operate independently: lawyer

Documentary filmmakers challenging Twitter’s restrictions on promoting tweets featuring film trailer

Documentary filmmakers challenging Twitter’s restrictions on promoting tweets featuring film trailer

‘Twitter has effectively become a public arena in our democracy:’ law prof and filmmaker Joel Bakan

Man who accused Ottawa’s ‘local judiciary’ of bias, lawyer of ineffective assistance loses appeal

Man who accused Ottawa’s ‘local judiciary’ of bias, lawyer of ineffective assistance loses appeal

Unusual for party to claim ineffective assistance by counsel on appeal with the same counsel: lawyer

Bankrupt party permitted to bring action against trustee, without leave of the court

Bankrupt party permitted to bring action against trustee, without leave of the court

Bankrupts often lack recourse against trustee for mismanagement of their affairs, says lawyer

Expand harm reduction approach, service and support continuity: Mental Health Commission of Canada

Expand harm reduction approach, service and support continuity: Mental Health Commission of Canada

Policy brief examines COVID’s impact on mental health, substance abuse in correctional facilities

Judicial review sought on decision to close complaint against Justice David Spiro

Judicial review sought on decision to close complaint against Justice David Spiro

Application alleges findings ‘internally inconsistent,’ ‘not based on rational chain of analysis’