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'There's still a ton to go, we're not stopping': Attorney General Doug Downey on justice reforms

'There's still a ton to go, we're not stopping': Attorney General Doug Downey on justice reforms

The legal profession brings forward new ideas for change 'all the time,' Downey told Law Times

Ruling shows certification ‘meaningful screening device’ in privacy class actions, says lawyer

Ruling shows certification ‘meaningful screening device’ in privacy class actions, says lawyer

Speculative evidence in support of common issues ‘can be fatal to certification’

HIV Legal Network urges feds to decriminalize simple drug possession

HIV Legal Network urges feds to decriminalize simple drug possession

Justice reforms introduced last week would repeal mandatory minimum sentences for all drug offences

Independence of judicial appointment process is 'under attack,' says Criminal Lawyers' Association

Independence of judicial appointment process is 'under attack,' says Criminal Lawyers' Association

Changes will allow for faster filling of judicial vacancies, says Ministry of the Attorney General

Proposed estates law changes will create convenience and more litigation, say lawyers

Proposed estates law changes will create convenience and more litigation, say lawyers

The Accelerating Access to Justice Act includes spate of amendments to various estates legislation

Ontario Government's justice reform legislation aimed at modernization

Ontario Government's justice reform legislation aimed at modernization

Bill includes consolidation of tribunals and access to French