Opinion

The Depp/Heard trial provides the perfect argument against broadcasting court proceedings

The Depp/Heard trial provides the perfect argument against broadcasting court proceedings

There are better ways to educate the public than exploitation

Legal tech continues to evolve, and here's how to take advantage

Legal tech continues to evolve, and here's how to take advantage

New developments continue to drive innovation for law firms

Canada's jury system does not adequately address racism and bias

Canada's jury system does not adequately address racism and bias

Unless we can fix the systemic problems, we should scrap the system

Legal digital marketing is exploding – but don't forget: it’s a relationship business

Legal digital marketing is exploding – but don't forget: it’s a relationship business

Visits to law firm websites and engagement with digital content skyrocketed during the pandemic

Public salary disclosure would improve transparency and accountability at the Law Society of Ontario

Public salary disclosure would improve transparency and accountability at the Law Society of Ontario

Members have a right to evaluate how the LSO is spending their membership fees

Our justice system should not go back to normal pre-COVID days

Our justice system should not go back to normal pre-COVID days

COVID has enhanced access to justice in many ways, so let's not go backwards

The dangers of voter apathy at the Law Society of Ontario

The dangers of voter apathy at the Law Society of Ontario

Low engagement in the upcoming bencher election could impact the viability of self-governance

Bill 17's overhaul of the traffic ticket dispute process in BC will unduly erode motorists' rights

Bill 17's overhaul of the traffic ticket dispute process in BC will unduly erode motorists' rights

The province's move is a brazen denial of due process and access to justice