- Man who has lived in Canada for 60 years may apply as political refugee…in Canada
- Osler lawyer’s efforts make traffic court disclosure the norm for self-represented litigants in Ontario
- Florida judge grants petition for state’s first same-sex divorce
- Sony pulls movie “The Interview” after cyber-attack, terror threats by North Korea
- “Meta-costs” submissions?
- Two-tier test for law firms' conflict of interest?
- B.C. urged not to enforce new federal prostitution law
- Suzanne Côté waged $200,000 tax battle over clothes with Quebec tax agency
- ‘The city of Toronto deteriorated,’ says G20 police commander charged with discreditable conduct
- MacKay appoints two conservative law professors to Ontario’s courts
- Should the ICC Do Anything About CIA Torture?
- No one will be prosecuted after breaking of Rehtaeh Parsons publication ban
- Sometimes, time won't tell - Inducement, recruitment and reasonable notice
- It’s raining judges in Ontario
- For hardcore BlackBerry users, new Classic is worth checking out
- Ontario public servants taking province to court over social assistance computer glitch
Thursday, December 18, 2014
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- Rachel Spence, Law Clerk & Office Manager