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 assists frontline healthcare workers seeking permanent residency

Legal Aid Ontario assists frontline healthcare workers seeking permanent residency

Initiative aims to assist those awaiting their refugee hearing as well as failed refugee claimants

Crowns urge federal courts to impose restrictions adopted in Ontario amid COVID-19

Crowns urge federal courts to impose restrictions adopted in Ontario amid COVID-19

Ontario courts will hold virtual proceedings where possible, suspend jury trials until May 3

Online workshop to teach ADR practitioners how to effectively market services

Online workshop to teach ADR practitioners how to effectively market services

Workshop led by marketing director turned arbitrator

Ontario Bar Association proposes changes to Personal Property Security Act

Ontario Bar Association proposes changes to Personal Property Security Act

Suggested amendments relate to purchase-money security interests

John Currie joins Canada's national group at Permanent Court of Arbitration

John Currie joins Canada's national group at Permanent Court of Arbitration

Court is oldest global institution geared toward settlement of international disputes

Information and Privacy Commissioner to host webcast on surveillance tech and police

Information and Privacy Commissioner to host webcast on surveillance tech and police

There is a tension between privacy rights and increased use of AI and biometric tools in policing

Canadian Judicial Council forms review panel for judge allegedly involved in U of T hiring scandal

Canadian Judicial Council forms review panel for judge allegedly involved in U of T hiring scandal

Tax Court Justice David Spiro is accused of pressuring law dean to rescind job offer

Court voids conditions in will which gave friend an interest in deceased's house due to ambiguity

Court voids conditions in will which gave friend an interest in deceased's house due to ambiguity

Issue is whether will gives friend a licence or a life interest to occupy the property

South Asian Bar Association of Toronto pushes for allyship at its first virtual conference

South Asian Bar Association of Toronto pushes for allyship at its first virtual conference

Conference marks SABA Toronto's 15th anniversary

Human Rights Commission urges colleges, universities to ensure equitable, inclusive environments

Human Rights Commission urges colleges, universities to ensure equitable, inclusive environments

OHRC's letter addresses media reports of discrimination, xenophobia, targeting in academic settings