October 5, 2009

Click here to watch the 2009 Grand Moot online

A distinguished panel of judges considered the following questions in the 2009 Grand Moot:

Do members of social networking websites have a reasonable expectation of privacy in the information they post on those websites? How much do “privacy settings” matter in an analysis of the Charter’s right to protection against unreasonable search and seizure? Can electronic information obtained through an unreasonable search be admitted as evidence without bringing the administration of justice into disrepute?

The Panel

The Honourable Madam Justice Louise Charron of the Supreme Court of Canada
The Honourable Mr. Justice John Laskin of the Court of Appeal for Ontario
The Honourable Mr. Justice Michael Code of the Superior Court of Justice

The Grand Mooters

Karen Ensslen
Jeremy Opolsky
Kristen Pollock
Kim Potter