Justice Barkley appointed to Supreme Court of Canada following illustrious career as employment lawyer

Justice Barkley, the Bernese Mountain Dog appointed to the Supreme Court of Canada. Image: HR Law Canada

In a surprise move, the Supreme Court of Canada has appointed a Bernese Mountain Dog to its bench. The dog, named Barkley, has had an illustrious career as an employment lawyer before his appointment to the highest court in the land.

Barkley, who is known for his impressive legal mind and his friendly nature, has been a fixture in the legal community for years. He has won numerous cases on behalf of his clients, and has been recognized as one of the top employment lawyers in the country.

Memorable case

One of Barkley’s most memorable cases involved a dispute between an employer and an employee over the ownership of a dog.

The employee had brought her dog to work, but the employer claimed that the dog belonged to the company because it had been purchased with company funds.

Barkley argued that the employee had a legal right to the dog, since she had been caring for it and had a strong emotional attachment to it. The court ultimately sided with Barkley and the employee, and the dog was allowed to stay with its owner.

Unique perspective

Barkley’s appointment to the Supreme Court has been met with both excitement and skepticism. While some legal experts believe that his unique perspective as a dog will bring fresh insights to the court, others have raised concerns about his lack of experience with human law.

Despite these concerns, Barkley is eager to take on his new role and to use his legal expertise to make a difference. He is confident that he can provide a valuable contribution to the court, and he is excited to work alongside his fellow judges to uphold the principles of justice and fairness.

As it turns out, however, this news is just an April Fools’ joke! While we can all imagine how amazing it would be to have a furry friend on the Supreme Court, we must remind ourselves that the appointment of a non-human would be highly unlikely.

But hey, we can dream, can’t we? Happy April Fools’ Day!

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