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Michael Kushnir is an Ottawa-based lawyer and mediator who works in both Quebec and Ontario. Because of the unique regulatory requirements laid out by law societies in each jurisdiction, Kushir makes use of uLawPractice's legal accounting and bookkeeping software to stay on top of his obligations to regulators.
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Sometimes it can be quite easy for a legal practitioner to compartmentalize, avoid, and delegate all the work and decision making that goes into managing the financial records of a firm.
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Ryerson's multi-year proposal to build a new law school was recently rejected by a fiscally prudent provincial government cautious of a perceived over-supply of graduates entering a saturated workforce with shrinking articling positions.
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The government of British Columbia is moving to grant enhanced powers to the Law Society so a new category of legal professional can be licensed and fully regulated in a manner not unlike that of an actual lawyer.
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