What is the Supreme Court 's function?
The Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (including the Family Division) is the highest trial court in the province, with broad authority to try a wide range of civil and serious criminal matters; exclusive authority to hold jury trials, and to hear appeals (on summary convictions) from certain criminal trials and from tribunals, to try murder cases (except for Young Offenders), to grant divorce and divide matrimonial property
See - Information kits for representing yourself in the Supreme Court
The NSSC Clerkship Program:
The Court typically employs two Law Clerks each year.
However, it is not accepting applications for 2014/15
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