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Despite attempts to speed up the length of time it takes for complaints to be investigated, the Law Society of Upper Canada saw the median age of complaints rise considerably in 2016. Are you concerned about the impact of this increase on the profession?
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Total Votes: 17
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Yes, the increase will have a serious impact on the profession. Prolonged investigations can be anxiety ridden for accused practitioners.
No, this is not a significant change and will not have far-reaching effects.
Start Voting: 8/8/2017|End Voting: 9/8/2017

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