Law Society


  • Paralegals push for family law reform in election

    Paralegals push for family law reform in election

    Mar 18, 2019

    The Law Society of Ontario is in the midst of a major overhaul of the role of paralegals in family law — and a proposal on the issue could become an imminent issue for the regulator’s newly elected benchers.

  • Suspended lawyer runs for bencher

    Suspended lawyer runs for bencher

    Mar 18, 2019

    A Lawyer whose licence has been suspended after representing his wife in Small Claims Court will be allowed to run in the upcoming bencher election.

  • Tackling giant problems

    Mar 18, 2019

    The unusual aspect of tackling problems is that we usually do not engage with them unless we have a self interest to do so or we’re told why the issue needs to change and understand it on a deeper level.

  • Candidates weigh possibility of Pro Bono Ontario levy

    Candidates weigh possibility of Pro Bono Ontario levy

    Mar 11, 2019

    Candidates for the Law Society of Ontario’s board are split on if and how a fee to support pro bono services should be incorporated into annual fees.

  • The great divide

    Mar 11, 2019

    For any reader who has checked out an issue of Law Times recently, you’ll be aware that we’ve been covering issues of interest regarding the upcoming bencher election.

  • Statement of principles is a good thing to do

    Mar 11, 2019

    Equality, diversity and inclusion has become a hot topic as bencher election campaigns mobilize. The Law Society of Ontario’s statement of principles requirement returns to the forefront of intra-professional debate.

  • Solo lawyers, small firms strive for seats at Convocation

    Solo lawyers, small firms strive for seats at Convocation

    Mar 4, 2019

    Sole practitioners and small firms make up the majority of Ontario’s lawyers, and some say Convocation could benefit from more sole practitioners and small-firm lawyers, too.

  • Addressing disconnect

    Mar 4, 2019

    With the clock ticking down before the April 30 election for benchers for the Law Society of Ontario’s next Convocation, Law Times has been looking hard at different issues facing the profession.

  • #BencherElection2019

    Feb 25, 2019

    By now, if you’re a regular reader of Law Times, you may have heard about the upcoming election for Law Society of Ontario benchers to take place on April 30.

  • Monday, February 18, 2019

    Monday, February 18, 2019

    Feb 18, 2019


    Sampson Wins Human Rights Award

    Salyzyn President Of Legal Ethics Group

    New Partners At Fasken

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The Law Society of Ontario is in the midst of a major overhaul of the role of paralegals in family law — and a proposal on the issue could become an imminent issue for the regulator’s newly elected benchers. Do you agree with widening the scope of family law matters that paralegals can address?
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