Medical assistance in dying has been legal in Canada for nearly two years, but confusion around how to interpret the legislation persists.
Recent decision departs from Solmax ruling.
In seeking to find meaning in being a lawyer, there are ways to also find a path to the right job for the place you are in right now.
In-house counsel for manufacturing companies hoping for the best but preparing for the worst.
Changes offer Canadian applicants access to streamlined foreign filing opportunities.
The bâtonnier of the Barreau du Québec made a public plea this morning for a massive increase in spending for the justice system in the next provincial budget.
Lawyers in New Brunswick are showing support for bill 44, but the lack of specifics has them questioning what the finished legislation will actually look like.
It was one year ago this week that the Quebec government passed a law that forced the province’s 1,100 civil lawyers and notaries back to work after a four-month general strike, the longest in Canadian public service history.
Quebec lawyer Pierre-Paul Routhier says he was elected mayor of Chateauguay in November on a pledge to shake things up in the historic town.
The first full budget handed down by British Columbia’s New Democratic Party will provide much needed injections of funds to the province’s ailing legal community, but at the same time it draws blood from larger corporations and the real estate industry with new tax levies.