‘Unlike health and education and policing, justice is not getting the airtime it needs,’ says researcher
Spreading knowledge about residential real-estate – particularly in Toronto – is an access-to-justice issue, says Tannis Waugh
82 per cent of Canadian lawyers put greater weight on technical skills versus “soft skills”
Commercial litigator joins several colleagues in cross-border professional association
Lawyers say they are navigating stricter policies and unstable legal aid funding, even as there is more need for their services
Clio wanted to create “a huge incentive for innovation in legal technology”
In a sexual assault case, D.S. v. Quesnelle, the Ontario Superior Court awarded general damages in excess of the $350,000 cap established by the “trilogy,” with Justice Clyde Smith finding the cap should not apply because of the inherent differences in sexual assault compared with other injuries. Do you agree that the impact for victims of sexual assault is different than other types of injuries in terms of pecuniary damages/non-pecuniary damages?