The purpose of this website is to provide you with an opportunity to find out more about us, the services we offer and the fees we charge.

It also provides you with up-to-date information on some of our high profile law reform test cases, such as the medical marijuana cases, and our participation in submissions to Parliamentary and other committees on legislation and law reform issues, including penal abolition, drug law reform, and prison reform.


Poelzer v. HMTQ, Reasons for Judgment, B.C. Supreme Court (29/10/08)

Attorney General of Canada v. Sfetkopoulos et al, Reasons for Judgment of the Court, Federal Court of Appeal (27/10/08)

PHS Community Services Society v. Attorney General of Canada; Vancouver Area Network of Drug Users (VANDU) v. Attorney General of Canada and Minister of Health for Canada:

The BC3 are three prominent marijuana reform activists who appear to have been targeted by the US DEA for their political advocacy. They are charged with selling marijuana seeds, a crime that in Canada has been punished by a fine, but which in the US carries a ten-year mandatory minimum jail sentence and the potential of life imprisonment. A Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty hearing is scheduled in BC Supreme Court on October 31, 2007, and the extradition hearing is set for November 5 - 8, 2007, although this hearing might be further adjourned.

Renee Boje Archive, including:


R. v. Hill, Ruling on Voir Dire (12/10/05)

R. v. Spencer, Ruling on Voir Dire (07/09/04)

R. v. Dunsdon (Watermelon) Provincial Court Reasons:

R. v. Smith and Budda, Provincial Court Reasons (07/09/04)

Van Vlymen v. Solicitor General of Canada, Federal Court Reasons (03/08/04)

R. v. Suderman, Provincial Court Reasons (26/03/04)

Langley Township v. James, BC Supreme Court Reasons re plant nutrients sign (05/01/04)

See the R. v. Caine Archive, including the Supreme Court of Canada Decisions (23/12/03) in: R. v. Hornby Decisions: Bill C-38 Contraventions Act, Controlled Drugs and Substances Act



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