Opinion

Artificial intelligence hallucinations in legal research may become a thing of the past

Tools such as retrieval-augmented generation can address fears about using AI

Poilievre's solution to car thefts ignores reality in favour of easy politics

His tough-on-crime approach is simplistic and ineffective

Why this time it's different: How generative AI may finally kill the billable hour

Pundits have been predicting the end of the billable hour forever, but AI is different

Ford and Downey have skewed Ontario's justice system to suit their partisan purposes

Prosecutors are favoured over defence counsel, altering the judiciary to suit their ideology

Kudos to Doug Downey for investing in technology for our family court system

While virtual tools are not a perfect solution, they have tremendous potential to improve access

Animal law progressed significantly in Canada last year

Pet custody, wildlife protection, and a mixed bag of federal laws helped animal protection evolve

Judges should not cite lawyers for criminal contempt on a whim

A recent incident in Hamilton shows a disturbing approach to using what should be a rare tool

How in-house counsel can best manage a law firm change

General counsel should insist on a clear transition plan with legacy firms, writes Richard Stock