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Law Times is pleased to announce some exciting changes to how we deliver the news to our readers. We will be moving fully into the digital age by providing more timely and frequent news online and to your inbox.

Law Times is pleased to announce some exciting changes to how we deliver the news to our readers. We will be moving fully into the digital age by providing more timely and frequent news online and to your inbox. A new daily e-newsletter will provide readers with much more coverage of Ontario’s legal scene. The regular print distribution of Law Times will be discontinued after this issue, but the longer-form, less time-sensitive content will appear in a special new Law Times section in each of the 10 print issues of our sister publication Canadian Lawyer, starting mid-year 2019. We are excited to evolve with our readers, and we welcome your feedback on these exciting new changes. Please send your feedback or questions to [email protected].

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