Author Archives: Kaye Booth

About Kaye Booth

Kaye Booth is a 2019 JD candidate at the University of Calgary. Before starting law school, Kaye received her BA in Psychology and BFA in Drama from the University of Calgary, and worked in the Calgary theatre community. Kaye has worked at the Alberta Civil Liberties Research Centre as a research assistant, and is currently volunteering with Pro Bono Students Canada to create a legal podcast called “Hearsay”.

JH v Alberta Health Services: The Constitutional Implications of Indefinite Psychiatric Detention

By: Kaye Booth and Heather Forester PDF Version: JH v Alberta Health Services: The Constitutional Implications of Indefinite Psychiatric Detention Case Commented On: JH v Alberta Health Services, 2017 ABQB 477 (CanLII) In 2015, JH appealed a decision by a Review … Continue reading

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