Windsor Law forms partnership to launch IP literacy program for creative entrepreneurs

New course aims to offer law students opportunities to collaborate with creative arts students
BY Bernise Carolino 04 Aug 2021

Court of Appeal rejects appeal of doctor who did not perform biopsy on patient with risk factors

Medical negligence action alleges missing procedure would have detected cancer at earlier stage
BY Bernise Carolino 04 Aug 2021

Judge supervising insolvency can prioritize priming charges over Crown's deemed trust: Supreme Court

Ruling provides clarity for insolvency practitioners and will benefit lenders, says lawyer
BY Aidan Macnab 02 Aug 2021

How to make the most out of hybrid work

Demand for flexible work arrangements and client collaboration driving structure: lawyer
BY 02 Aug 2021

Lincoln Alexander School of Law welcomes Laverne Jacobs, Mohamed Khimji as visiting scholars

Jacobs is professor at Windsor Law, while Khimji is associate professor at Queen’s Law
BY 02 Aug 2021

Fines of $6,500 issued for fatal incident where pleasure craft was advertised as tour boat

Transport Canada finds violations of Canada Shipping Act, including actions jeopardizing safety
BY Bernise Carolino 02 Aug 2021

Court of Appeal rules judge erred in finding hearsay evidence inadmissible

Appellant alleged her father arranged to have her unknowingly smuggle 1.9 kilos of cocaine
BY Aidan Macnab 28 Jul 2021

Case 'about breaking new ground' for accountability in coroner death investigations: Julian Falconer

Coroners routinely opt not to investigate deaths in remote Indigenous communities in-person: report
BY Aidan Macnab 28 Jul 2021


Governments urged to review hate crime laws on the occasion of antisemitism, Islamophobia summits

Summits offer opportunity for meaningful action for communities to be safe, supported: Ena Chadha

Court of Appeal declines to apply common law reconciliation rule to void a cohabitation agreement

Cohabitation agreement can benefit from specific provisos on separation, reconciliation: judge

Immigration consultant loses judicial review application, took $110,000 from Syrian, Iraqi refugees

Feds should revisit whether consultants should be allowed to operate independently: lawyer

Documentary filmmakers challenging Twitter’s restrictions on promoting tweets featuring film trailer

‘Twitter has effectively become a public arena in our democracy:’ law prof and filmmaker Joel Bakan

CCTV expansion should comply with privacy laws, best practices: information and privacy commissioner

Ontario announces funding for wider CCTV coverage to fight against gun and gang violence

Lawyers’ Rights Watch Canada welcomes reopening of hiring process for U of T program director

Last year, Lawyers’ Rights Watch Canada called for independent, external review of hiring scandal


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