Opinion

When Legal Aid is a political prop, Access to justice suffers

When Legal Aid is a political prop, Access to justice suffers

Michael Spratt analyses the aftermath of Ontario’s Legal Aid funding cuts

The subsidiary entity exposure conundrum

The subsidiary entity exposure conundrum

Recent decisions on piercing the corporate veil exemplify how doing the right thing can often be wrong, argues Neill May

Recent Ontario small claims court case shows why $25,000 limit should not be raised

Recent Ontario small claims court case shows why $25,000 limit should not be raised

A recent case from the Ontario Small Claims Court demonstrates the flaws in our system

The Ontario government is destroying university legal clinics

The Ontario government is destroying university legal clinics

U of T law student Teodora Pasca says Legal aid cuts and the Student Choice Initiative threaten the future of the legal profession

Becoming a techno-lawyer can you set you apart

Becoming a techno-lawyer can you set you apart

Today, technological competency is an ideal addition to a lawyer’s skillset, says Daniel Lo

Disclosure obligations are not just evidentiary

Disclosure obligations are not just evidentiary

A recent Ontario Superior Court decision shows that If a lawyer fails to disclose, the client faces the consequences, says Daniel Waldman

Drive legal deep into the business of your organization

Drive legal deep into the business of your organization

Mark Le Blanc on how to go from the department of no, to the go-to

Meandering paths of digital transformation

Meandering paths of digital transformation

Law firms should be careful about leaping into process automation, writes Kate Simpson