There were 15 days (or partial-days) of hearings in the trial in the case Joanne St. Lewis v. Denis Rancourt, including all trial motions and jury selection.
The first day was a hearing of a defendant's (Rancourt) recusal motion, heard on May 7, 2014. The last day of trial was the judge's reading of his reasons in making a permanent injunction against the defendent, on June 6, 2014.
The entire official court reporter's transcript of all the hearings in the trial is available HERE.
Rancourt and a few other participants spoke in French, and the court's language-interpretation from French to English (done on the fly) is included in the transcripts.
APPEARANCES / WITNESSES
Justice Michel Z. Charbonneau, trial judge
Richeard Dearden, plaintiff's lead lawyer
Anastasia Semenova, plaintiff's lawyer
Peter Doody, lawyer for the University of Ottawa, opposing the defendent
Denis Rancourt, self-represented defendant
WITNESSES FOR THE PLAINTIFF
Joanne St. Lewis, plaintiff
Allan Rock, president of the University of Ottawa
Camille Nelson, expert witness
Charlynne MacCharles, plaintiff's counselor
Bruce Feldthusen, former dean of common law section, University of Ottawa
Denis Laberge, plaintiff's brother-in-law
Jacqueline Yvette Beckles, department of justice lawyer and plaintiff's friend
John Curie, law professor, University of Ottawa
Robert Major, former VP-Academic, University of Ottawa
Saron Gebresellasi, law student, University of Ottawa
Sileen St. Lewis, plaintiff's mother
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The CanLII interlocutory, trial, and appeal rulings in the case are here:
Links to all/most court-filed documents in the case are here:
An appeal hearing has been listed at the Court of Appeal for Ontario for June 26, 2015, at 10:30 AM. See links to factums (arguments) on appeal in THIS blogpost.