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  • Steps to be a Notary Public in Ontario

    Following from my 5 Things you need to do as soon as you get Called-to-the-Bar in Ontario, you may want to apply to become a Notary Public so that you can certify documents in addition to your commissioner abilities. Lawyers are by virtue of office, commissioners as well so you do not need to apply … Read more »

  • Young lawyer deals with the pandemic in a small old fashioned firm

    What’s it like being a new lawyer and interim associate at a boutique firm that has existed long enough to have a volume of files pre-existing the real digital file age and clients without technology capabilities and resources for remote access during a pandemic? At the end of last year, I found out … Read more »

  • COVID-19 Emergency states – What happens under the Emergencies Act in Canada

    Last month, I released a post on the Quarantine Act, before the Quarantine Act was being used to enforce and make it mandatory for all travellers to self-quarantine. In the events of COVID-19, we have seen municipalities, regions, and provinces declare states of emergency. This is not the first time … Read more »

  • Quarantine Laws in Canada

    We have been hearing a lot about quarantining. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the first epicentre of Wuhan City, in Hubei Province, the area went into lockdown. Many Canadians were locked down in the area asking for help to return to Canada and willing to be quarantined in order to get home. As more … Read more »

  • How do you find a mentor early on in your legal career?

    As young lawyers, we’re often told that we should try to find a mentor, but how? Networking can feel strange. If you’re lucky to find someone you have worked with in the past that remains willing to help you then that’s great but what if you didn’t really get along with your old boss, or it’s been s … Read more »