Family

Province should be cautious using ADR for domestic violence cases, say lawyers

Province should be cautious using ADR for domestic violence cases, say lawyers

Ontario government considering cutting costs in family law system

Province probing family law legislation

Province probing family law legislation

MPP seeks meetings with lawyers

Pressure mounts on MAG as more decry legal aid cuts

Pressure mounts on MAG as more decry legal aid cuts

New calls, clinics raise alarm

No 'abuse of process' from Legal Aid Ontario, says Court of Appeal

No 'abuse of process' from Legal Aid Ontario, says Court of Appeal

Lower court decision would chill legal aid availability, say family law lawyers

Ryerson innovators set cutoff for lawyers to fix family law crisis

Ryerson innovators set cutoff for lawyers to fix family law crisis

Ryerson University’s Legal Innovation Zone is launching a new tool to help lawyers address the access-to-justice issues that plague the family law system.

Lawyer wins appeal in lawsuit with paralegal

Lawyer wins appeal in lawsuit with paralegal

A lawyer was not responsible for maliciously prosecuting a paralegal accused of stealing client files, the Court of Appeal of Ontario said, overturning a lower court’s ruling.