Bernise Carolino

Bernise Carolino

Bernise Carolino is a news writer covering the Canadian legal scene. She writes for Canadian Lawyer and Law Times. She is a graduate of the University of the Philippines College of Law.

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Legal Aid Ontario asks for input on draft rules for new Legal Aid Services Act

Legal Aid Ontario asks for input on draft rules for new Legal Aid Services Act

Draft rules cover roster management, certificate management, eligibility for legal aid services

Lerners Healthcare Champions honours healthcare and rehabilitation workers in Southwestern Ontario

Lerners Healthcare Champions honours healthcare and rehabilitation workers in Southwestern Ontario

Firm receives over 20,000 votes for nominees and holds virtual awards gala

Analytics lab and firm create AI-based dispute resolution system for personal injury matters

Analytics lab and firm create AI-based dispute resolution system for personal injury matters

Production of joint initiative starts later this spring

Court strikes jury notice because delay because of COVID-19 will prejudice personal injury plaintiff

Court strikes jury notice because delay because of COVID-19 will prejudice personal injury plaintiff

Parties will be lucky to have jury trial held before end of summer of 2022, court notes

University of Toronto addresses equity groups’ open letter with anti-racism proposals

University of Toronto addresses equity groups’ open letter with anti-racism proposals

Dean explains steps taken, efforts planned to help dismantle systemic racism

Immigrant nominee program updates: applications deemed incomplete, entrepreneur stream amendments

Immigrant nominee program updates: applications deemed incomplete, entrepreneur stream amendments

Program introduced points-based expression of interest system last March

Address barriers to accessing PRESTO electronic fare payment system: Ontario Human Rights Commission

Address barriers to accessing PRESTO electronic fare payment system: Ontario Human Rights Commission

Commissioner asks Toronto Transit Commission, Metrolinx to observe human rights-centred approach

Study suggests one head injury can drive up odds of dementia in the future by 25 per cent

Study suggests one head injury can drive up odds of dementia in the future by 25 per cent

Automobiles, sports, assaults and slips-and-falls are leading causes of brain injuries in Canada

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

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

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

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