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Monday, 14 November 2016 09:00

LSUC benchers discuss the institution’s relationship with social change in FACL Ontario conference panel

Benchers from the Law Society of Upper Canada, including treasurer Paul Schabas, participated in a panel discussion about the law society’s relationship with social change. This panel was part of the Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers Ontario’s 10th Annual Conference and Gala in Toronto Oct. 29.

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