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Launched in 1980, Law Times newspaper, a Thomson Reuters business, is published 40 times a year in print and every Monday online, providing the latest news, analysis, and other developments in Ontario’s legal scene.

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Law Times reports lawyers say Legal Aid Ontario is dragging its feet when it comes to allowing its articling students to unionize. Do you think the LAO is right to push for seven bargaining units to represent the articling students?
Yes, LAO is right to participate in this dispute at the Ontario Labour Relations Board, even if this delays the process overall.
No, LAO should stop stalling. The union is right to push for one province-wide arrangement in terms of representing the articling students.