Power Law has a wealth of experience in all matters of constitutional law, including the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Aboriginal law, the division of powers, and constitutional amendments.

Power Law has prepared and presented arguments before the Supreme Court of Canada on constitutional matters, for instance, regarding the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Senate reform, interprovincial trade, and language rights.

We have substantial experience in complex, large-scale constitutional litigation at the trial level. For example, several members of our team conducted a 239-day trial based on Charter grounds, involving several million dollars.

Several of Power Law’s lawyers previously formed the public law and appellate advocacy practice group of a national law firm.

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