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Canada Revenue Agency profiling of Muslim charities may pose a national security threat

Canada Revenue Agency profiling of Muslim charities may pose a national security threat

A recent report confirms the concerns of many Muslims about unfair treatment

Imagine the future of law, legal technology and new law jobs

Imagine the future of law, legal technology and new law jobs

The year is 2025. The legal system was transformed by COVID-19 and the profession reflects that

Contract drafting in good faith times

Contract drafting in good faith times

A recent decision answered the question of when not volunteering information becomes impermissible

The revival of the Law Reform Commission is money well spent in Freeland’s budget

The revival of the Law Reform Commission is money well spent in Freeland’s budget

Buried deep in the gigantic spending document is $18 million over five years that is well worth it

Now is the time to hold government accountable for infringing our rights through COVID lockdowns

Now is the time to hold government accountable for infringing our rights through COVID lockdowns

Ontarians should stand up to Ford now and demand evidence for violating our essential freedoms

Why we should not take solicitor-client privilege for granted

Why we should not take solicitor-client privilege for granted

A recent Superior Court of Justice decision highlights its possible vulnerability

Knowledge all lawyers share

Knowledge all lawyers share

While lawyers do specialize, the pandemic has shown a fundamental body of knowledge they all share

What the internationalization of domestic arbitration means for lawyers

What the internationalization of domestic arbitration means for lawyers

This will help improve commercial arbitration with tested, reliable instruments