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Libel lawyer Julian Porter first went to Europe as an 18-year-old school captain to admire paintings with a small group of peers. He liked the trip so much and the role of tour guiding that he still ushers folks through galleries around Europe 58 years later. In a new book titled149 Paintings You Really Need to See in Europe (So You Can Ignore the Others), he shares his thoughts on some of the paintings he has seen over the years.

For a snippet of this week's stories, check out the Ontario Legal News Update.
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Superior Court Chief Justice Heather Smith said addressing delays affecting civil trials and motions is her top priority during last week's opening of the courts ceremony.
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A Law Times columnist says criminal law is out of step and argues there should be an immediate moratorium on HIV non-disclosure prosecutions, unless there is alleged intentional transmission. Do you agree?
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