The Nova Scotia courts are bringing back a conference where journalists and legal professionals learn from each other after 10 years.
An Iranian LGBTQ activist based in Germany has been awarded damages by a Canadian court for egregious defamations, after the judge ruled that the defendant was most likely responsible for anonymous web posts.
Civil liberties groups are defending a Nova Scotia teen who has been charged with unauthorized use of a computer.
When a crisis arose in airports across the world in the wake of U.S. President Donald Trump’s travel ban in June of 2017, hundreds of lawyers from across Canada mobilized to help those in need.
A Toronto-based condo lawyer is changing the voting game for condo corporations in Ontario.
The University of Ottawa Faculty of Law will be offering two courses on cannabis law this fall — the first in Canada, offered in both French and English.