LSUC REAPPOINTS WRIGHT TO TRIBUNAL
David A. Wright has been reappointed as chairman of the Law Society Tribunal for a four-year term, starting in September.
Wright was first appointed as the independent organization’s first full-time non-bencher tribunal chairman in 2013, as part of the Law Society of Upper Canada’s enhancements to its adjudicative process for discipline, licensing and other regulatory matters.
Under Wright’s leadership, a new scheduling process was established to maximize hearing date options and reduce vacated and continuation dates, said the LSUC in a press release.
A new, dedicated website was also developed to enhance transparency of tribunal proceedings.
To build the tribunal’s distinct identity, Wright and his team developed a set of core values for the organization: fairness, quality, transparency and timeliness, said the LSUC.
“I am extremely happy to be reappointed as tribunal chair and I look forward to continuing to build the Law Society Tribunal as a leader in the administrative...
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