Monday, March 04, 2013

Supreme Court of Canada Statistics 2002-2012

The Supreme Court of Canada has published statistics on its activities for the period 2002-2012.

The numbers outline the Court's workload during that period, broken down into 5 categories:
  • Cases Filed: the number of complete applications for leave to appeal and notices of appeal as of right filed by litigants with the Court’s Registry each year
  • Applications for Leave Submitted: the number of leave applications submitted to panels of the Court for decision, the number of leave applications granted and the percentage granted of the total submitted each year
  • Appeals Heard: the number of appeals heard each year and the number of hearing days over the year
  • Appeal Judgments: information with respect to the number of judgments rendered each year
  • Average Time Lapses: average time lines in the life of a case at the Court (including  time between the filing of a complete application for leave to appeal and the Court’s decision on whether leave should be granted or denied; how soon appeals were heard after leave was granted or the notice of appeal as of right was filed; how soon judgments were rendered after the appeal hearing)

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posted by Michel-Adrien at 5:12 pm


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