Paralegals, lawyers and students who are looking to learn more about how to effectively manage the administrative and accounting components of their legal business are being given an opportunity to learn practical skills during a seminar hosted at the Elgin St. courthouse in Ottawa later this month.
Among a swath of activities and behaviours unbecoming of a paralegal in Ontario, a Richmond Hill practitioner recently had his licence revoked by Law Society of Upper Canada Tribunal.
Mugs, clocks, ties, scarves, cuff links and other Law Society of Upper Canada branded swag might become a hot ticket collectible item in the future.
Recording the duration of client phone consultations for Canadian legal practitioners, clerks and administrative staff just got a whole lot easier.
Every day in courtrooms, separate but highly related words are bitterly argued. Often two synonyms are put up against one another, challenged and scaled on a balance of probabilities. Was it recklessness? Or negligence? Knowingly, or ought to have known?
As a lawyer and retired top judge, Justice Marshall Rothstein of the Supreme Court of Canada, the child of Eastern European immigrants, used to work 40-50 hour shifts on long haul trains from Winnipeg to Vancouver to pay for his education in the 40s.
At uLawPractice we're excited to serve the paralegal community in Ottawa and we pledge our support of thoughtful discussion regarding the improvement and advancement of business and bookkeeping aspects of the legal profession.