Annabel Oromoni

Annabel Oromoni

Annabel is a journalist for Key Media’s legal publications, including Canadian Lawyer and Law Times. She is responsible for interviewing and profiling lawyers in the Ontario legal industry and is the main point of contact for Ontario legal news.

 

Annabel is currently pursuing her M.A in Journalism from Harvard University. She graduated from the University of Toronto with a bachelor’s degree in Socio-legal studies and has spent 4+ years working in the Ontario legal scene.

 

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Appeal on employment contract arbitration clause not devoid of merit: divisional court

Appeal on employment contract arbitration clause not devoid of merit: divisional court

The decision will have a significant impact on employees, particularly low-income workers: lawyer

Alcohol and drug monitoring program crucial for conditional sentences: criminal lawyer

Alcohol and drug monitoring program crucial for conditional sentences: criminal lawyer

Substance use becomes a legal issue once complications arise from it: Addiction physicians

Court denies Democracy Watch standing to oppose Ont. integrity commision ruling on lobby misconduct

Court denies Democracy Watch standing to oppose Ont. integrity commision ruling on lobby misconduct

Judicial review of commissioner evades privacy protections

Toronto police charge four men with obstruction of justice for recording and posting court hearing

Toronto police charge four men with obstruction of justice for recording and posting court hearing

Publishing witness testimonies dissuades people from giving evidence, puts them in danger: lawyer

Collaborative negotiation is crucial for child and spousal support agreements in rising gig economy

Collaborative negotiation is crucial for child and spousal support agreements in rising gig economy

Income demands are more complex as people work unconventional hours: family lawyer

Proposed Bill 27 compels employers to enforce a 'disconnect from work' policy but needs more details

Proposed Bill 27 compels employers to enforce a 'disconnect from work' policy but needs more details

Forces employers to prevent a culture of hard work to creep into people's personal lives: lawyer

Canada's immigration system introduces TEER national occupational classification

Canada's immigration system introduces TEER national occupational classification

Some may be negatively impacted, says immigration lawyer Chi-Young Lee

Simcoe Chambers is redefining collegiality in the legal profession

Simcoe Chambers is redefining collegiality in the legal profession

It is not a law firm. The chamber includes 24 independent and mostly criminal lawyers, Trudell says

Employers should approach employee alcohol and substance abuse with balance and empathy: lawyer

Employers should approach employee alcohol and substance abuse with balance and empathy: lawyer

The law requires employers to support disabled employees, and substance abuse is a disability

Superior Court dissolves injunction to stay University Health Network mandatory vaccine policy

Superior Court dissolves injunction to stay University Health Network mandatory vaccine policy

Dispute under a union agreement is subject to arbitration, not a civil action