Opinion

The Alberta government is ripping apart legal aid

The Alberta government is ripping apart legal aid

Jason Kenney is gutting the system and there will be extreme consequence for justice

Let's not presume that virtual hearings are the best solution in family law

Let's not presume that virtual hearings are the best solution in family law

We must carefully consider the implications before discarding in-person proceedings

Why determining the date of separation in family law is so complex

Why determining the date of separation in family law is so complex

Analysing the case law for patterns can help avoid unnecessary conflict and litigation

The critical importance of getting lawyers to vote in bencher elections

The critical importance of getting lawyers to vote in bencher elections

There are a few key steps that would help, and getting young lawyers excited is especially important

In trying to curb online defamation, Canadian courts are resorting to unjustified censorship

In trying to curb online defamation, Canadian courts are resorting to unjustified censorship

Judges are ordering unwarranted or overly broad injunctions to 'tame' the internet's wild west

My recipe for justice reform success in Ontario

My recipe for justice reform success in Ontario

Doug Ford did not implement meaningful changes before, here's hoping he doesn't fail us again

Working from home is a career killer for lawyers

Working from home is a career killer for lawyers

Relationships are crucial in the legal profession. They develop the best face to face, writes GC Fernando Garcia

The Canadian Armed Forces has failed to deal with sexual harassment and assault

The Canadian Armed Forces has failed to deal with sexual harassment and assault

It is time to wrest control from an institution more interested in protecting itself than women