- Dec 10, 2018
Thanks to the tech-heavy age in which we live, events seem to transpire at super-speed. That’s why, when we examine issues that have transpired in 2018, some can feel like they happened eons ago.
- Nov 12, 2018
And so, it has begun. Lawyers in Ontario have begun publicly declaring their interest in running for the role of bencher for the Law Society of Ontario, in an election set to take place in April 2019.
Jul 16, 2018
Name-Blind Screening To Start At Toronto Firm
Law Student Mixer
Judicial Position In Kitchener
Law Times Poll
Feb 26, 2018
The acquittal of Saskatchewan farmer Gerald Stanley earlier this month in the shooting death of Colten Boushie has sparked calls for changes to the jury selection process to ensure juries are more representative of the makeup of the local community.
- Feb 26, 2018
The shooting death of Colten Boushie and subsequent acquittal of Gerald Stanley — who was charged with second-degree murder in connection with Boushie’s death — has raised outrage and ire across the country.
Feb 5, 2018
A bill to amend the federal Canada Business Corporations Act has seen a number of amendments in the Senate that could affect how directors are voted on and around targets for diversity on boards.
- Dec 11, 2017
No one would say it was a dull year. While 2016 might have brought external developments that few could have anticipated, the most interesting facets of the legal profession in 2017 were the discussions that took place internally.
Dec 1, 2017
The Law Society of Upper Canada’s statement of principles requirement will not become optional.
- Nov 27, 2017
The Law Society of Upper Canada has released a guide that it hopes will clarify its statement of principles requirement.
- Nov 27, 2017
Any lawyer looking for debate is sure to find it with their peers. The amount of discussion set off over requiring lawyers to sign a statement of principles has been a heady surprise.