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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Windsor Law forms partnership to launch IP literacy program for creative entrepreneurs

Windsor Law forms partnership to launch IP literacy program for creative entrepreneurs

New course aims to offer law students opportunities to collaborate with creative arts students

Court of Appeal rejects appeal of doctor who did not perform biopsy on patient with risk factors

Court of Appeal rejects appeal of doctor who did not perform biopsy on patient with risk factors

Medical negligence action alleges missing procedure would have detected cancer at earlier stage

Fines of $6,500 issued for fatal incident where pleasure craft was advertised as tour boat

Fines of $6,500 issued for fatal incident where pleasure craft was advertised as tour boat

Transport Canada finds violations of Canada Shipping Act, including actions jeopardizing safety

Governments urged to review hate crime laws on the occasion of antisemitism, Islamophobia summits

Governments urged to review hate crime laws on the occasion of antisemitism, Islamophobia summits

Summits offer opportunity for meaningful action for communities to be safe, supported: Ena Chadha

Court of Appeal declines to apply common law reconciliation rule to void a cohabitation agreement

Court of Appeal declines to apply common law reconciliation rule to void a cohabitation agreement

Cohabitation agreement can benefit from specific provisos on separation, reconciliation: judge

CCTV expansion should comply with privacy laws, best practices: information and privacy commissioner

CCTV expansion should comply with privacy laws, best practices: information and privacy commissioner

Ontario announces funding for wider CCTV coverage to fight against gun and gang violence

Lawyers’ Rights Watch Canada welcomes reopening of hiring process for U of T program director

Lawyers’ Rights Watch Canada welcomes reopening of hiring process for U of T program director

Last year, Lawyers’ Rights Watch Canada called for independent, external review of hiring scandal

Law foundation’s 2020 annual report features grantees promoting access to justice for Ontarians

Law foundation’s 2020 annual report features grantees promoting access to justice for Ontarians

Last year’s total grants amounted to $10,759,261, law foundation reports

Appeal dismissed against parties who failed to close residential real estate transaction

Appeal dismissed against parties who failed to close residential real estate transaction

Ontario Court of Appeal also dismisses cross-appeal of would-be seller of real estate property

Patricia DeGuire, deputy judge, nominated as human rights commission’s chief commissioner

Patricia DeGuire, deputy judge, nominated as human rights commission’s chief commissioner

Government’s news release dubs DeGuire ‘human rights leader and anti-discrimination champion’