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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E-Hearings Task Force in Ontario shares best practices for remote hearings

E-Hearings Task Force in Ontario shares best practices for remote hearings

The resource covers pre-hearing preparation, technological requirements and document management

Halton courthouse project halted, with funds repurposed to modernize justice system amid COVID-19

Halton courthouse project halted, with funds repurposed to modernize justice system amid COVID-19

Government will invest in technology and innovation required to shift more court services online

Former Superior Court judge Romain Pitt dies at 84

Former Superior Court judge Romain Pitt dies at 84

Pitt co-founded the first partnership of Black lawyers in Canada

Ryerson’s Law Practice Program signs 5-year contract with LSO

Ryerson’s Law Practice Program signs 5-year contract with LSO

Over the past six years, the program has handled more than 1,300 candidates

New Faculty of Law construction delayed to 2021 at University of Windsor

New Faculty of Law construction delayed to 2021 at University of Windsor

COVID-19’s impact on Windsor law students

Past CABL president Arleen Huggins appointed to investigate Peel District School Board

Past CABL president Arleen Huggins appointed to investigate Peel District School Board

Huggins is a partner at Koskie Minsky who heads the firm’s employment law group

Renowned tax lawyer Arthur Scace dies at 81

Renowned tax lawyer Arthur Scace dies at 81

Scace was a former treasurer of the Law Society of Ontario and was honoured as a Member of the Order of Canada

U of T Law and Western Law create summer opportunities given impact of COVID-19 on work prospects

U of T Law and Western Law create summer opportunities given impact of COVID-19 on work prospects

U of T Law offers 60 new positions; Western Law offers 25 new positions

OJEN confers 2019 Chief Justices’ Award to law teacher Jamie Glass

OJEN confers 2019 Chief Justices’ Award to law teacher Jamie Glass

Glass gave up a criminal defence practice to pursue a teaching career

Superior Court orders long-term care homes to provide nurses with N95 masks and protective gear

Superior Court orders long-term care homes to provide nurses with N95 masks and protective gear

Respondent facilities face outbreaks, with over 110 residents and at least 7 nurses infected