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Justice Marc Nadon looks around the room as he waits to appear before parliamentary committee following his nomination to the Supreme Court of Canada on Oct. 2, 2013. He’s been told to stay away from his office at the Supreme Court building on Ottawa’s Wellington Street, not to go to the court building and not to talk to any of his prospective new colleagues on the court. (Adrian Wyld/The Canadian Press)
Justice Marc Nadon looks around the room as he waits to appear before parliamentary committee following his nomination to the Supreme Court of Canada on Oct. 2, 2013. He’s been told to stay away from his office at the Supreme Court building on Ottawa’s Wellington Street, not to go to the court building and not to talk to any of his prospective new colleagues on the court. (Adrian Wyld/The Canadian Press)

Supreme Court considers whether Justice Nadon was legally appointed Add to ...

For the first time in its 139-year history, the Supreme Court of Canada is considering whether a judge chosen to join its ranks was lawfully appointed.

Our live blog of today’s proceedings has now ended. Please click here to read a full story of the extraordinary hearing by The Globe’s justice reporter, Sean Fine.

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