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Good character, bad predictor, for law societies

Critics across Canada are pushing for legal regulators to fix the ‘good character’ process

Good character, bad predictor, for law societies

Advocates of improving diversity in the legal profession will point to many structural barriers in need of reform, but the “good character” process will top almost everyone’s list.

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