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CDAS Granted Leave to Intervene at the SCC

We are excited to announce that CDAS has been granted intervenor status in Joseph Peter Paul Groia v. Law Society of Upper Canada.

This marks our first case as an intervenor at the SCC!

Click here to read the SCC case summary and here for an interesting article on Mr. Groia's appeal.

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