Should Lakehead University have a law school? Should the Law Society of Upper Canada base its member fees on income?
Those were among some of the questions during a virtual town hall session for candidates in the upcoming Law Society of Upper Canada bencher elections this afternoon.
The third in a series of town halls included Toronto candidates Monica Goyal and Mitch Kowalski as well as sitting bencher Susan Hare from Manitoulin Island, Ont. This third session, which I moderated, focused on the future of law and articling, and included two additional speakers with interest in the area: Catherine McKenna of Canadian Lawyers Abroad and articling student Omar Ha-Redeye.