Author Archives: Kyle Gardiner

About Kyle Gardiner

Kyle Gardiner is a 2017 Juris Doctor candidate at the University of Calgary. Kyle holds a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) from Mount Royal University. He is a recipient of the Shea Nerland Calnan Research Fellowship in tax law and is researching in the area of tax and Charter equality. He also volunteers with Pro Bono Students Canada representing and advising clients in family law proceedings.

Legal Innovation, Access to Justice, and the University of Calgary’s Family Law Incubator

By: Kyle Gardiner PDF Version: Legal Innovation, Access to Justice, and the University of Calgary’s Family Law Incubator Matter Commented on: The University of Calgary’s Family Law Incubator Family law litigants are increasingly experiencing difficulty with access to justice that compounds … Continue reading

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Flipping DBS: Finding Limits on Retroactive Child Support Variation

By: Kyle Gardiner PDF Version: Flipping DBS: Finding Limits on Retroactive Child Support Variation Case Commented On: CLW v SVW, 2016 ABQB 546, appeal filed. In 2006, the Supreme Court of Canada released its decision in the case of DBS v SRG, 2 … Continue reading

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Charter Equality Challenges to the Income Tax Act: The Unsuccessful Streak is Strong, 30 Years On

By: Kyle Gardiner PDF Version: Charter Equality Challenges to the Income Tax Act: The Unsuccessful Streak is Strong, 30 Years On Research Commented On: Shea Nerland Law LLP Fellowship Project on Tax Law and Equality, Summer 2016 On 2 May, 2016, … Continue reading

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The Deductibility of Legal Fees Incurred in Child Support Proceedings and Section 15 of the Charter

By: Kyle Gardiner  PDF Version:The Deductibility of Legal Fees Incurred in Child Support Proceedings and Section 15 of the Charter Case commented on: Grenon v. Canada, 2016 FCA 4 (CanLII), leave to appeal dismissed, 2016 CanLII 41074 (SCC) On June … Continue reading

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