Canada: Canadian Appeals Monitor Wins Clawbie
Last Updated: January 6 2014

We are delighted to share that this blog has received a 2013 Clawbie (Canadian Law Blog Award) in the Practice Group Blog category, for its overall excellence in covering Canada's appellate courts and cases.

2013 Canadian Law Blog Awards Winner

Canadian Appeals Monitor is one of McCarthy Tétrault's 10 blogs covering a variety of practice areas. The Clawbies highlight in particular "This Week at the SCC" as "a strong regular contribution" that "really does take a national firm to pull off."

We are also very proud of our partner Barry Sookman, whose eponymous Barry Sookman blog was a runner-up in the Clawbies' Legal Technology category. Barry is the former co-chair of McCarthy Tétrault's Technology Group and former head of its Intellectual Property Group, and is one of Canada's foremost authorities in information technology and intellectual property law. He uses his blog to share his views on a wide range of copyright, Internet and information technology issues.

We look forward to more great blogging in 2014!

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