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Le manuel juridique de l’enquêteur
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Even though you might have lost your trial or had an application rejected by the government, there’s still hope with an appeals lawyer. But you need to act fast –some appeal limitation periods can be as short as a few days after the date of the decision you wish to contest, and it’s very rare to have more than 30 days in which to file a notice of appeal.

Gordon Scott Campbell provides firm, effective and creative advocacy before appeal courts and tribunals, up to the level of the Supreme Court of Canada. Whether you have a administrative tribunal appeal to an appeal tribunal, summary conviction appeal in a superior court of justice, an interlocutory family law or final small claims court appeal to the divisional court, a civil or criminal judgment appeal to a provincial court of appeal, a federal government decision judicial review to the Federal Court or Federal Court of Appeal, or a constitutional test case you may have to push as high as the Supreme Court of Canada, Gordon Scott Campbell has already been there, and knows what appellate officials and judges are looking for in arguments and evidence. He’ll ensure that the appeal court is as receptive as possible to deciding in your favour.



Appeals of criminal convictions and sentences to summary conviction appeal courts and courts of appeal.

Appeals of tax disputes to the Tax Court of Canada and Federal Court of Appeal.

Appeals of business disputes to local civil courts, including the Ontario Divisional Court (for Small Claims Appeals) and the Ontario Court of Appeal.

Appeals of family child custody, child support, spousal support, or property division orders to the Superior Court, Divisional Court or Court of Appeal.

Appeals of customs matters to the Canadian International Trade Tribunal and Federal Court.

Appeals of access to information orders to the Federal Court and provincial courts.

Appeals of Environmental matters to the Environmental Review Tribunal and provincial and federal courts.



Appeared on numerous criminal and civil appeals before appellate courts throughout Canada, including before the Supreme Court of Canada.

Author of law books and articles cited as judicial authority at the provincial and superior court levels.                                                                                              

Constitutional-Criminal Issues Coordinator for Federal Prosecution Service.



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