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Working behind the scenes in a crisis: Ontario Bar Association executive director Elizabeth Hall

Hall always worked collaboratively, but managing the COVID crisis truly put her skills to the test

Working behind the scenes in a crisis: Ontario Bar Association executive director Elizabeth Hall
Elizabeth Hall is executive director of the Ontario Bar Association.
Tim Wilbur

Traditionally, the stars of the legal profession are depicted as lone actors fighting the good fight. Think top litigators advocating for their clients, corporate lawyers getting the deal done or politicians and judges blazing a trail of new law or legal precedent.

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