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Criminal Lawyers’ Association filling mentor-gap with new online educational series

Criminal Lawyers’ Association filling mentor-gap with new online educational series

'I think we created a very large virtual law chambers.'

OBA's taxation law section names first female chairperson, Angela Salvatore

OBA's taxation law section names first female chairperson, Angela Salvatore

In the role, she aims to form closer bonds with tax industry colleagues

COVID-19 Economic Recovery Act to amend Justices of the Peace Act and Provincial Offences Act

COVID-19 Economic Recovery Act to amend Justices of the Peace Act and Provincial Offences Act

Ontario hopes to fill judicial vacancies faster and improve tech use in provincial offences courts

OHRC tells Sudbury landlords they cannot discriminate based on receipt of public assistance

OHRC tells Sudbury landlords they cannot discriminate based on receipt of public assistance

The Human Rights Commission wrote a letter to Ray Goulet, Mayor of Greater Sudbury

Windsor’s new associate dean to advance Indigenous law in legal education

Windsor’s new associate dean to advance Indigenous law in legal education

A flashpoint in Indigenous politics in the early ‘90s drove Beverly Jacobs towards a legal career

Ontario and Superior Courts of Justice embark on first phase of reopening

Ontario and Superior Courts of Justice embark on first phase of reopening

Second phase is projected to begin on Sept. 15, third phase on Nov. 1