Opinion

StopSOP and the limits of self-regulation: what the statement of principles debate tells us

StopSOP and the limits of self-regulation: what the statement of principles debate tells us

Tim Wilbur asks if the benchers debating the statement of principles were truly fulfilling their regulatory purpose

Pilot project tests virtual meeting platform

Pilot project tests virtual meeting platform

A virtual practice is an appealing alternative for lawyers that appeals to clients, too, argues Tara Vasdani

My licensing journey

My licensing journey

Safiya Adenekan describes the challenges faced by internationally-trained lawyers in Canada

Another minimum sentence bites the dust

Another minimum sentence bites the dust

Minimum sentences preclude courts from taking into account the specific facts of the offence or the offender, argues Michael Spratt

PIPEDA mandatory breach notification provisions turn one

PIPEDA mandatory breach notification provisions turn one

Office of the Privacy Commissioner’s blog post describes data breaches, numbers and trends

The carbon majors and Big Tobacco

The carbon majors and Big Tobacco

The fossil fuels industries are aware of the harm they’re causing, argues Ontario’s former Environmental Commissioner

Allocate more resources to Small Claims Court to alleviate increased burden

Allocate more resources to Small Claims Court to alleviate increased burden

Reforms to the Ontario justice system may compound the problems they are meant to solve

Variety can be the spice of a GC’s life

Variety can be the spice of a GC’s life

Working as an “Only Legal Officer” can be terrifying, but the rewards are great