Mid-June was a heavy-handed week for lawyers and paralegals who choose to avoid the law society.
A Toronto lawyer with a history of suspensions, bankruptcy and concealment of assets is in trouble with the Law Society again, but this time it’s because of the way he’s been communicating with prosecutors.
JUNE 25, 2018—OTTAWA—Legal practitioners across Canada are now capable of viewing detailed analytics to see their firm’s financial health from uLaw’s mobile web application.
It probably goes without saying that an audit ought to be prepared for before the law society starts calling.
Over the years, Paul Schabas has navigated the Law Society of Ontario through a tumultuous and oft-controversial period of history for North America’s oldest regulator of lawyers.
In a recent split decision, Canada’s top court upheld the right of Law Societies to not accredit students from a proposed Christian law school at Trinity Western University.
Over the course of about a decade software has increasingly becoming available exclusively through the web.
If the Ontario Bar Association plans to remain relevant in the years to come it must embrace technology and provide hands-on training to lawyers who wish to remain competitive in private practice.