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Latest News: 2021

Ontario’s Access to Justice Week delivers programs for legal professionals and public focused on inclusivity and community building

October 21, 2021 Media Advisories

Members of the media are invited to attend Ontario’s sixth annual Access to Justice (A2J) Week from October 25 to 29, featuring a series of virtual programs centered on the themes of inclusive justice and community building.

Navigating the Licensing Process: A new LSO video series

October 20, 2021 Gazette

Attention: final-year Paralegal students, third-year Law students and National Committee on Accreditation candidates... Questions about the Licensing Process? Our new video series can help!

2022/23 Licensing Year Applications are now available!

October 06, 2021

Attention: Final-year Paralegal students, third-year Law students and National Committee on Accreditation candidates.

October 1 Convocation Update

October 01, 2021 Convocation News

Read the news from October 1 Convocation.

Statement from Treasurer Teresa Donnelly: National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

October 01, 2021 News Releases

Treasurer Teresa Donnelly made the following remarks at today’s meeting of the Board of Directors of the Law Society of Ontario.

Law Society presents honorary LLD to preeminent expert in creditor-debtor law: Franklyn Harris Bennett

September 28, 2021 Media Advisories

At the October 1, 2021 Convocation meeting the Law Society will present a degree of Doctor of Laws, honoris causa (LLD) to Franklyn Harris Bennett, one of Canada’s pre-eminent experts in creditor-debtor, bankruptcy and insolvency law.

Law Society announces team of experts to support new Access to Innovation project

September 27, 2021 News Releases

In April, the Law Society of Ontario’s Board of Directors (also known as Convocation) approved a five-year pilot project – now named Access to Innovation (A2I) – which will allow providers of innovative technological legal services (ITLS) to serve consumers while complying with operating conditions that protect the public.

Law Society to observe first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

September 24, 2021

September 30, 2021 marks the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. This federal statutory holiday received Royal Assent in June and is intended to honour the lost children and residential school survivors, their families and communities. This is an important commemoration of the painful history and the impacts of residential schools which continue today. 

Vaccine Policy in effect as of Sept. 13, 2021

August 30, 2021

The Law Society is implementing a Vaccine Policy for all employees and visitors.

External Appointments

August 16, 2021

As part of its mandate, the Law Society recommends and makes appointments to a variety of boards, councils and committees. The following appointments were recently made:Federal Judicial Advisory Committee for Ontario - East and North Region Adebayo OdutolaFederal Judicial Advisory Committee for Ontario - West and South Region Luwam Lily Tekle

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