Social science evidence played a vital role in the decision, demonstrating its effectiveness in these types of claims.
While society views courts as conservative institutions, there can be little doubt that social science evidence is prostitugion useful tool bedord courts to understand the implications of their decisions, particularly in cases involving the constitutionality of legislation. For the purpose of this paper, social science evidence refers to evidence, regarding a particular aspect of a case, that is data-driven and seeks to understand some aspect of society and social interactions.
Part II discusses the factors that make poverty law challenges unique, and explains why Bedford was selected for the discussion in this paper.
This paper will explore the use of social science evidence in the case of Bedford v Canada Attorney General. This paper explores the use of social science evidence in poverty law-related Charter claims, looking at the specific example of Bedford v Canada Attorney General. As nedford science develops sophistication and public acceptance, it becomes increasingly important that the courts embrace this form of prpstitution and develop consistent processes for its evaluation.
This paper concludes that social science evidence is an essential aspect of many poverty-related Charter claims and that a solution should be found for ensuring that there is funding available for impoverished persons bringing these claims.