Coalition of sex work law reform advocates bring Charter challenge of sex work prohibitions

Lawyer hopes lawsuit is first step toward greater safety, worker protections and benefits
BY Aidan Macnab 07 Apr 2021

Divorce Act changes ‘a boon’ for collaborative law practice, say family lawyers

New provision places duty on parties to try and resolve issues out of court
BY Aidan Macnab 07 Apr 2021

Competition Bureau files multiple charges of conspiracy to commit fraud, rig bids for condo services

Criminal conspiracies undermine competitive markets, damage Canada’s economy: commissioner
BY Bernise Carolino 07 Apr 2021

Supreme Court of Canada’s carbon tax decision alters landscape for Canada’s climate law: Queen’s Law

Others in legal community also comment on highest court’s greenhouse gas pricing decision
BY Bernise Carolino 07 Apr 2021

Ontario Court of Appeal considers scope of Crown Liability and Proceedings Act

Ontario's appeal would have rewritten decades of common law governing crown liability, says lawyer
BY Aidan Macnab 05 Apr 2021

Cargo e-bike regulation vague on what cyclists should do in many situations: personal injury lawyer

Pilot project's requirements touch upon helmets, driver's minimum age, size and speed limitations
BY Bernise Carolino 05 Apr 2021

Appointments to Court of Justice: regional senior justices, regional senior justice of the peace

Senior justice appointments will take effect this June
BY Bernise Carolino 05 Apr 2021

Cromwell report: immigration issues were deciding factor, not external pressure from judge

‘This is a damning report,’ says Queen’s law prof behind judicial council complaint
BY Aidan Macnab 05 Apr 2021


U of T Law appoints legal clinic director, Ryerson Law to open pro bono students chapter

Post-launch, Pro Bono Students Canada will have chapters in all of Ontario’s nine law schools

Judicial appointment announced: Mohan Sharma, former executive legal officer of Superior Court

Justice Sharma is a founder of South Asian Legal Clinic of Ontario

As Ontario escalates COVID testing in workplaces, employers are asking about privacy issues: lawyer

The province plans on deploying more than a million rapid antigen tests per week

Collingwood Town Council calling on Federal government to expand definition of hate speech

Several Ontario municipalities seeking to ban the public display of Confederate flags

Law Foundation of Ontario board of trustees welcomes newest member

Appointment specializes in employer representation and is an active member of various charities

Superior Court ruling strikes a balance between online and in-person learning

Court condoned mother’s enrolling child in school without father’s consent


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