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- What It Really Means for Lawyers to Commit – and to Refuse to Commit – to Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity
Originally published on Slaw, Canada’s online legal magazine; written by Moya McAlister. This is the fifth in a regular series of Read more »
- The Law Society of Ontario Complaints Process and the “Public Interest”
Today’s post comes from Anne Rempel, who has written before for the Access Revolution Blog about the Law Society of Read more »
- Is the Law Society of Ontario “Fiddling While Rome Burns?”
Today’s post is written by Julie Macfarlane, on behalf of the NSRLP. If you asked a member of the public Read more »
- Wrong Diagnosis, Wrong Strategy: Why More Restrictions on Self-Represented Litigants Won’t Work, and Aren’t Justified
Originally published on Slaw, Canada’s online legal magazine; written by Julie Macfarlane and Megan Campbell. This is the fourth in a Read more »
- “It’s the Economy, Stupid”
This week’s blog post – written by the Honourable Robert Bauman, Chief Justice of British Columbia, who is a member Read more »