LSO seeks feedback on shrinking governing body
Rebecca Durcan says that, in the course of her work, she sees ‘there is a lot more distrust on the whole concept of self-regulation.’ Photo: Robin Kuniski

LSO seeks feedback on shrinking governing body

The Law Society of Ontario is moving ahead with looking at whether the regulator should shrink the number of benchers and phase out some members, according to a recent report to Convocation from the Governance Task Force.

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