Caitlin VanDuzer

Étudiant 2020, Stagiaire 2021 - 2022 | Vancouver

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Caitlin graduated cum laude from the common law program at the University of Ottawa. During law school, she held a research assistant position focusing on surrogacy and organ donation. She was also a member of the Ontario Justice Education Network.

Caitlin completed her undergraduate degree at McGill University in International Development studies, with a primary focus in political science and economics. Prior to law school, she worked in the non-profit sector where she focused on mental health, health law, and bioethics.

Caitlin is an avid equestrian. Although she grew up in the downtown core of Hamilton, Ontario, she spent the majority of her time at the stable. She competed provincially on the Ontario show-jumping circuit, and developed a love for polo through playing in the Polo for the Cure charity tournament at the Toronto Polo Club for a number of years. Caitlin also enjoys travel, swimming, listening to podcasts, crocheting and thrifting.

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The Supreme Court of Canada addresses promissory estoppel in the insurance context

Introduction In the recent decision of Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia v Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance Company of Canada, the Supreme Court of Canada considered the application of the doctrine of promissory estoppel in the context of a...

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Case Commentary: Nelson (City) v. Marchi, 2021 SCC 41 – The Supreme Court of Canada clarifies the distinction between core and non-core policy decisions

Introduction In the recent decision of Nelson (City) v. Marchi, the Supreme Court of Canada clarified the law with respect to what constitutes a “core policy decision” rendering a government or public authority immune from liability.  In this particular case,...

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British Columbia Court of Appeal clarifies indivisibility analysis

Introduction The Court of Appeal for British Columbia (the “Court of Appeal”), in Neufeldt v. Insurance Corporation of British Columbia, 2021 BCCA 327, recently provided significant commentary on the important yet difficult issue of indivisible injuries. Insurance Corporation of British...

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