Convocation voting on motion calling for 25% fee cut

Critics say the motion is a ‘crowd pleaser’ that flouted Law Society process
BY Aidan Macnab 23 Sep 2020

Franchise law changes positive, but still more clarity needed, says lawyer

Uncertainty remains around franchise disclosure obligations
BY Aidan Macnab 23 Sep 2020

Toronto Lawyers Association supports proposed expansion of mandatory mediation and one-judge model

TLA generally approves of using mandatory mediation at relatively early stage in the litigation
BY Bernise Carolino 23 Sep 2020

Court declines to invalidate separation agreement that was unquestioned for about five years

In parenting time case, court orders parent to adhere to alcohol monitoring system
BY Bernise Carolino 23 Sep 2020

New justice, regional senior justice announced at Ontario Court of Justice

Judge joined Ontario Court of Justice in 2017
BY Bernise Carolino 21 Sep 2020

Court finds it should not ‘unduly criticize’ parenting capacity of man in recovery from addiction

Experts testified to man’s commitment to treatment
BY Bernise Carolino 21 Sep 2020

Anti-Black racism at issue in commercial landlord-tenant dispute

African-Caribbean restaurant did not cater to ‘like-minded, family-oriented’ clientele: landlord
BY Aidan Macnab 21 Sep 2020

Durham Community Legal Clinic partnering with digital estate-planner

Will add efficiency for clinic, court system and help alleviate poverty: executive director
BY Aidan Macnab 16 Sep 2020


Immigration lawyers welcome proposed changes to provincial nominee program

Current system is a ‘fiasco,’ says one lawyer

Toronto Lawyers Association urges federal government to address legal aid funding shortfall

Funding shortage may greatly affect low-income Ontarians relying, group says

Ontario Bar Association suggests imposing mandatory mediation in more court locations

OBA lists factors to consider before expanding the mandatory mediation program to certain regions

The first-ever Canadian Law Awards are just around the corner

The upcoming event is more than just an award show

Building a psychedelic-drug-focused corporate law practice

Opportunities in Canada arising for the medical benefits of certain psychedelic drugs: lawyer

Unilateral actions in parenting cases cause conflict and should be discouraged: Superior Court

Parents were laid off work, facing financial and debt challenges


The Law Society of Ontario is considering a proposal to allow articling students the vote in bencher elections. What do you think?