What will Ontario do with more lawyers?
Raj Sharda was one of a small minority Law Society of Ontario benchers who voted against the approval of a proposed law school at Ryerson University.

What will Ontario do with more lawyers?

Young lawyers in Ontario face heavy debt and licensure issuesEarlier this year, when benchers of the Law Society of Ontario had to vote on whether graduates of Ryerson University’s proposed law school should be allowed to apply to practise in Ontario following their call to the bar, there were few naysayers.

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By 2025, there is expected to be 1.6 new licensed lawyers for every one new practising position, according to a Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario report. Does this mean positions should be restricted in law schools?
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