CCCS Seminar: Bijuralism: Challenges for the Canadian Judiciary Working Across Legal Cultures
In this seminar, Madam Justice Julie Dutil will discuss the origins of bijuralism in Canadian law and the relationship between civil and common law in Canada. The seminar will also canvass some important judgments in the Supreme Court of Canada that demonstrate the workings of birjuralism.
The Honourable Madam Justice Julie Dutil is a judge of the Court of Appeal of Quebec, Canada. Madam Justice Dutil was called to the Quebec Bar in 1980, where she specialized in labour law and was a member of several committees of the Quebec Bar.
Justice Julie Dutil, Court of Appeal of Quebec
Justice Julie Dutil
Court of Appeal of Quebec
The Honourable Madam Justice Julie Dutil is a judge of the Court of Appeal of Quebec, Canada. Madam Justice Dutil was called to the Quebec Bar in 1980, where she specialized in labour law and was a member of several committees of the Quebec Bar. In May 1995, she was appointed a parttime member of the Commission for Public Complaints against the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. She was appointed a judge of the Quebec Superior Court on November 8, 1996 and was elevated to the Court of Appeal on September 24, 2004. Since June 2013, Madam Justice Dutil has been the Coordinating Judge of the Quebec division of the Court of Appeal. She was also the president of the Conference of Quebec Superior Court Judges (20092010), and has served as a board member of the Canadian Superior Court Judges Association (CSCJA) since 2003. She acted as a delegate of the CSCJA at the International Association of Judges where she is the vicepresident of the Study Commission on public and social law. She also acted as a board member for the Canadian Chapter of the International Association of Women Judges from 2003 to 2009. Madam Justice Dutil also sits on the research board of the Faculty of Law, University of Laval, Quebec.