Gregoire Webber has argued the court's rulings were effectively legislating
|Gregoire Webber, photo Queens Law|
By Joan Bryden, The Canadian Press
Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould has hired a new legal affairs adviser who once argued that the Supreme Court over-stepped its bounds when it struck down the ban on medically assisted dying. . . .
Gregoire Webber is touted as a brilliant and highly respected legal scholar by fellow academics but his appointment has nevertheless raised some eyebrows given his past criticism of last year's landmark decision.