Articles about ‘Nicole Chrolavicius’

Bakerlaw litigating wrongful imprisonment under security certificates regime

  • November 7, 2010
  • David Baker
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The Canadian Press recently covered the story of Hassan Almrei, who is bring an action against Federal agencies for his imprisonment for 8 years under a security certificate. Bakerlaw lawyer Nicole Chrolavicius is acting as co-counsel to Mr. Almrei on the case.

Click here to view the full article on Maclean’s magazine’s website. » Read the rest

Nicole Chrolavicius to speak at documentary film festival

  • July 16, 2010
  • David Baker
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Nicole Chrolavicius will be speaking at the documentary film festival M.U.C.K. (Movies of Uncommon Knowledge) following a screening of the film “Secrecy” on July 18, 2010. The topic of her discussion will be government secrecy and litigation in the context of national security cases in Canada.

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Bakerlaw successful in having court order release of documents

  • April 21, 2010
  • David Baker
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Bakerlaw has received more than 850 new documents from federal lawyers in the case of firm client Benamar Benatta. As CTV news today reported, the disclosure of hundreds of new pages of information spanning several years comes despite previous assurances there were no further records relevant to the case.

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Benatta Coalition Calls on the Government to Provide Full Disclosure on the Illegal Transfer of Benamar Benatta

  • September 9, 2009
  • David Baker
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A coalition of rights groups today deplored the Canadian government’s failure to disclose fully documents relating to the illegal transfer to the US on September 12, 2001 of Bakerlaw client Benamar Benatta, resulting in his detention there for close to five years.

Click here to read the full press release on the Amnesty International website. » Read the rest

BCCLA Demands Immediate Inquiry Into the Removal of Benamar Benatta

  • July 21, 2009
  • David Baker
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In issuing a letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper, The B.C Civil Liberties Association has joined in the chorus of Canadian voices demanding a public investigation into the Canadian government’s conduct in delivering Mr. Benatta to American officials on the evening of September 12, 2001.

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