Practice Areas

Law professor Ryan Alford granted standing in national security law challenge

Law professor Ryan Alford granted standing in national security law challenge

Court of Appeal cites no concern that prof ‘is a busybody or that his interest is purely academic’

Amid enactment of sweeping law enforcement Bill C-75, LSO seeks status quo for students, paralegals

Amid enactment of sweeping law enforcement Bill C-75, LSO seeks status quo for students, paralegals

Benchers to consider scope of regulated agents in summary conviction matters at Sept. 11 meeting

Federal government names Canadian Accessibility Standards Development Organization officers

Federal government names Canadian Accessibility Standards Development Organization officers

A total of 11 officers were appointed to the organization created via the Accessible Canada Act

Comic book helps newcomers find legal resources

Comic book helps newcomers find legal resources

Created through Law Foundation of Ontario grant

Appeal court ‘withdraws’ real estate decision after it was signed in error

Appeal court ‘withdraws’ real estate decision after it was signed in error

Safeguards already in place to prevent ‘unfortunate,’ ‘rare’ error, says Court of Appeal for Ontario

Challenges continue for legal aid practitioners despite funding boost from Ottawa

Challenges continue for legal aid practitioners despite funding boost from Ottawa

Many practice areas still struggling despite new immigration and refugee funding, say clinics