Commentaries from Wise Law’s lawyers on current cases of interest BackgroundAll lawyers are expected to be good ambassadors of the profession and the justice system. This is not only when in court or in the office, but also when online and in the public eye generally. In Law Society ofContinue reading
Will Ontario law graduates soon have an alternative to the profession’s articling programme? Will the LSUC Benchers do away with articling all together?
Or will common sense prevail, with Benchers electing to devote the LSUC’s resources and ene…Continue reading
This article was originally published on www.LFTI.ca The Law Society of Upper Canada (LSUC)’s articling task force has released its final report on its proposed solution for what has been dubbed the “Articling Crisis” facing recent law grads in Ontario. The report directly concerns current law students, new graduates of law programs,Continue reading
Articling How To – Canadian Lawyer4Students Recently Omar Ha-Redeye and Simon Borys (that’s me) (both contributors to this blog) were interviewed by Michael McKiernan for Articling How To, an article in the Canadian Lawyer4Students magazine. In it, Michael discusses how students can set themselves up for an articling position inContinue reading