Beverley McLachlin

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The crime novel second acts of Chris Hadfield and Beverley McLachlin

This fall is a season for new or newly announced crime novels penned by people famous in other fields

Talk to my former Supreme Court judge

Retired Supremes are getting busy in their post-work years—see the SNC-Lavalin case—and it is raising concerns

Read an exclusive excerpt of Beverley McLachlin’s crime thriller novel

‘You should know, Mr. Trussardi, I distinctly dislike losing. If I take your case, I will win, or exhaust myself trying’: Read the first chapter of ‘Full Disclosure’

Beverley McLachlin: From Supreme Court chief justice to thriller writer

In ‘Full Disclosure,’ McLachlin’s first novel, the female main character finds herself caught in moral and personal dilemmas, some mined from the former judge’s career

How I went from Supreme Court chief justice to ‘Citizen McLachlin’

After 36 years of making important choices, Beverley McLachlin is now making mundane ones again—part of the wonders and challenges of retirement

Beverley McLachlin’s final minutes at the Supreme Court

The chief justice who redefined the job and left a lasting mark on Canada departs with a few parting words and much praise

Indigenous lawyers upset over Trudeau’s Supreme Court pick

Trudeau appointed Sheilah Martin—and not an Indigenous jurist—to the top court. Some see it as a missed opportunity.

The big shifts about to hit the Supreme Court of Canada

Evan Solomon talks to legal expert Vanessa MacDonnell about how a new judge and new Chief Justice will change the country’s high court

Beverley McLachlin soaks up high praise: Ottawa Power Rankings

Who’s up? A Senate committee with an urgent report. Who’s down? A House committee with a total misfire.

How Beverley McLachlin changed the face of the Supreme Court

Her record conveying what the court was all about matters as much as her rulings

Victims of communism-memorial designs worried Chief Justice

Letter from Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin flags memorial’s potential ‘bleakness and brutalism’

The McLachlin-Harper tiff as a flaming bag of dog poop

The spat between Stephen Harper and the Chief Justice fades away, even amid cries about its gravity