Opinion

“Bell Let’s Talk” campaign and the reality of Ontario’s jails

“Bell Let’s Talk” campaign and the reality of Ontario’s jails

Bell, and Ontario, if they cared about mental health, would make changes in prisons, argues Michael Spratt

Correcting reasonableness: the SCC repairs Dunsmuir

Correcting reasonableness: the SCC repairs Dunsmuir

There was a marked dissent in high court’s revisiting of standard of review, writes Ronald Poulton

Beware the Zombie Software!

Beware the Zombie Software!

Legacy software poses an increasing data security risk to corporations, argues Lisa Lifshitz

Legal education in a time of financial restraint

Legal education in a time of financial restraint

Budgetary woes provide opportunity to break stranglehold of old law-school model, argues Ian Holloway

Settlement offers and agreements are here to stay

Settlement offers and agreements are here to stay

Two recent Ontario decisions show courts’ commitment to advancing and honouring settlements

Where is Ottawa when provincial cuts gut the criminal legal aid system?

Where is Ottawa when provincial cuts gut the criminal legal aid system?

Feds should help carry the burden in Ontario as they have for civil litigation, says Michael Spratt

When Spending $1 Saves $9: Why Spending on Justice Makes Sense

When Spending $1 Saves $9: Why Spending on Justice Makes Sense

Austerity in the justice system does not save money, argues Lisa Moore

The decade in animal law

The decade in animal law

Rebeka Breder looks back on animal rights activism in Canada, and forward to what needs to change