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Law Society of Ontario seeking input from profession on regulatory approaches to licensee competence

Law Society of Ontario seeking input from profession on regulatory approaches to licensee competence

Peer assessment, support for sole-practitioners and small firms and tech competence among key themes

Ontario seeking input on provincial privacy law, lawyers say Canada’s privacy regime needs update

Ontario seeking input on provincial privacy law, lawyers say Canada’s privacy regime needs update

Better data protection necessary to regulate AI and spur innovation: Éloïse Gratton

Groups share submissions to consultation for proposed Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence Framework

Groups share submissions to consultation for proposed Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence Framework

Draft commitments in framework aim to boost public trust in AI and to address risks

Court awards costs of $325,000 on a substantial indemnity basis in estate case

Court awards costs of $325,000 on a substantial indemnity basis in estate case

Brothers raised over 300 objections to sister’s expenses in handling the estate as trustee

Finding accused fabricated testimony requires independent supporting evidence: Court of Appeal

Finding accused fabricated testimony requires independent supporting evidence: Court of Appeal

Court’s comments on alibi defence show it is still ‘murky area of law,’ says lawyer

Osgoode admin, Jewish and Muslim students’ associations issue statement on Israel and Palestine

Osgoode admin, Jewish and Muslim students’ associations issue statement on Israel and Palestine

Joint statement expresses commitment to ensuring law school community engages in respectful dialogue