December 10, 2018
Thanks to the tech-heavy age in which we live, events seem to transpire at super-speed. That’s why, when we examine issues that have transpired in 2018, some can feel like they happened eons ago.
December 03, 2018
Much has been written about the advent of artificial technology and its impact on the legal profession. This week, Law Times focuses on a ruling where the use of AI has been explicitly cited.
November 26, 2018
The province of Ontario has nixed the proposed law school at Ryerson University. For those who have been watching the proposal work its way forward through various levels of the approval process, the news was not a surprise.
November 19, 2018
The Ontario legal community has expressed a significant amount of dismay about the closure of three Pro Bono Ontario legal help centres in Ottawa and Toronto, with heavy hitters such as former Supreme Court of Canada Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin voicing support for their continued existence.
November 12, 2018
And so, it has begun. Lawyers in Ontario have begun publicly declaring their interest in running for the role of bencher for the Law Society of Ontario, in an election set to take place in April 2019.
November 05, 2018
The term “the tip of the iceberg” is used frequently, but the metaphor is an apt one, especially when it comes to this issue of Law Times.
October 29, 2018
Much has been written in these pages in the past year about the silence in the legal profession around mental health issues.
October 22, 2018
The legal use of recreational cannabis is one indicator of changing norms. One day, it is likely that the one-time criminalization of cannabis will seem antiquated.
October 15, 2018
If nature exists within a continuum, continually returning to a balanced state, then I think it’s fair to apply the same principles to our social structures.
October 01, 2018
Almost two decades ago, the word “globalization” was the buzzword on everyone’s lips.