Why Allowing Alternative Business Structures Could Help Articling Students

Recently the Toronto Star published an article on abusive workplaces for articling students. Although the broad range of abuse was not covered, it has been noted before by Dean Adam Dodek that the abuse ranges from unpaid or underpaid work, termination without cause, harassment, and the absence of proper supervision or feedback. In response, Dean Dodek … Continue reading Why Allowing Alternative Business Structures Could Help Articling Students

Moving Forward: From Ink Quills to Electronic Documents

This weekend I attended the Ontario Bar Association Annual General Meeting  (AGM) as a Provincial Council Member. The AGM brought together lawyers from across the province, from different practice areas, and from different career stages. This led to invigorating discussions about the future of our profession. A significant topic was the Law Practice Program (an alternative program … Continue reading Moving Forward: From Ink Quills to Electronic Documents