Two lawyers battle for PC crown
Elliott, Brown tout legal background as edge in leadership contest

By Yamri Taddese
The Law Times, Monday, March 30, 2015

Testimony by 9/11 ‘truther’ proof libel trials make strange bedfellows
By Christie Blatchford
National Post, March 6, 2014

Ezra Levant libel trial has no radicals, but plenty of lawyers
By Christie Blatchford
National Post, March 5, 2014

Nenshi lawsuit: Defamation lawyer says awards higher than $250,000 are rare
Council discusses $6-million suit behind closed doors
By Jason Markusuff
Calgary Herald, November 20, 2013

Ford’s threatened lawsuit not likely to succeed, noted libel lawyer says
By Colin Perkel
The Canadian Press, November 14, 2013

Ford Acknowledges ‘Corruption’ Comment
Testifies he meant process wasn’t followed
By Robyn Doolittle
Toronto Star, November 17, 2012

Ford Argues Freedom of Debate
Mayor answers libel charge by claiming right to speak out on vital issues during campaign
By Robyn Doolittle
Toronto Star, November 14, 2012

I hate to say I told you so. Actually, I don’t. I love it. Adieu, Section 13
On June 6, the day after Ray Bradbury’s death at the age of 91, the House of Commons passed Brian Storseth’s private member’s bill repealing Section 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Act.
By Mark Steyn
Maclean’s, June 25, 2012

Judging the Judges
Is it time that the system, where only other judges are involved in the inquiry and discipline proceedings against other judges, should change?
By Michael McKieman
Canadian Lawyer, February 2012

Cherry Could Benefit from Blowhard Exemption
Don Cherry can’t just say whatever he wants about anyone from his pulpit on Hockey Night in Canada.
By Vit Wagner
Toronto Star, October 13, 2011

The Fading Line between Free Speech and Libel
Legal guru says blurry boundaries and the rise of the Internet is making his craft ‘utterly unworkable’
By Jacquie McNish
The Globe and Mail, July 2, 2008

Steyn Watches as Tribunal Winds Up
By Brian Hutchinson
National Post, June 7, 2008

Julian Porter Interview (video)
Portion of an interview with Julian Porter, lead counsel for Maclean’s magazine, explaining why he has chosen to call no witnesses.
June 5, 2008
Posted on YouTube

The Mulroney Tapes
By Julie Smyth
National Post, September 14, 2005

Bookkeeping on Anne movies ‘laughable,’ trial told
Lawyers for Sullivan Entertainment, author’s descendents conclude arguments
by Gayle Macdonald
The Globe and Mail, November 29, 2003

BrainGain: 50 Who Chose Canada
Immigrants and Canadians who left and returned have made a major contribution to the nation’s growth [profile of Anna Porter]
Maclean’s, July 1, 2001

Julian Porter, son of a former chief justice who’s now a leading expert on the law of defamation
By Bill Rogers, Toronto
The Lawyers Weekly, June 25, 1999

Defenders of the Pen
Canada’s media lawyers wage war on “libel chill” and the power of the purse
By Stevie Cameron, author and journalist
National Magazine, Canadian Bar Association, May 1993

A Year of Trials
Excerpt from Judges (Toronto: Macmillan, 1986), by Jack Batten

Horsing around at the Starting Gate
Column by Allan Fotherigham, 1983