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Human rights monitoring falls in the law society's mandate, says founding member of group

Human rights monitoring falls in the law society's mandate, says founding member of group

Law profession is becoming more global

In a first, Sidney B. Linden Award goes to Legal Aid Ontario staff lawyer

In a first, Sidney B. Linden Award goes to Legal Aid Ontario staff lawyer

Timothy Lutes has worked for LAO for over two decades and manages some of its most complex cases

LSO diversity debate reignited after alleged conflict between equity advisor, bencher

LSO diversity debate reignited after alleged conflict between equity advisor, bencher

The allegations come amid a larger discussion percolating within Convocation

Nearly 46% of readers support more progressive LSO fee structure

Nearly 46% of readers support more progressive LSO fee structure

Law Times' reader poll shows divide between lawyers who like 2020’s lower fees and those who want a more progressive fee scheme

OTLA seeking new leadership, flexibility and resourcefulness a must

OTLA seeking new leadership, flexibility and resourcefulness a must

Applications from a diverse workforce are encouraged

Licensee granted ‘good character’ after undergrad plagiarism leads to decade of dispute

Licensee granted ‘good character’ after undergrad plagiarism leads to decade of dispute

Darryl Singer represented Olowolafe, whose academic plagiarism incidents were from 2006, 2008 and 2011