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A Law Times column examines whether the Law Society of Upper Canada should change its name to the Law Society of Ontario, in light of different social changes, such as the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action. Should LSUC change its name?

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 A Law Times column examines whether the Law Society of Upper Canada should change its name to the Law Society of Ontario, in light of different social changes, such as the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action. Should LSUC change its name?

Yes, it’s time for LSUC to catch up with the times, and update its name.
Votes: 106
66.7%  
No, the name of the LSUC is appropriate, and changing it would not accomplish much.
Votes: 53
33.3%  

Number of Voters   159
Start Voting   2017-05-29 00:00:00
End Voting   2017-06-29 00:00:00

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0 # Ms.Janet Scott 2017-06-02 23:23
I have read the article and feel the name should be changed to reflect the current times.
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0 # MrsVivien Delaney 2017-05-31 17:15
It was a very well presented arguement for name change
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0 # AssociatePatrick ONeill 2017-05-31 15:33
Catching up with the times has nothing to do with. The name is confusing, and the acronym is unflattering
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0 # ProfessorElizabeth Littlejohn 2017-05-31 09:28
LSUC refers to a colonial past; let's update its name in respect to TRC.
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