September 10, 2018
A busy fall season lies ahead for lawyers. Summer is typically thought of as a season best suited for rest and relaxation.
September 03, 2018
There has been widespread commentary on the so-called death of civility in the modern age.
August 20, 2018
As summer closes and the school year draws near, topics relating to education are top of mind. Recently, Law Times began a series looking at the need for a proposed law school at Ryerson University, which is set to open in 2020.
August 06, 2018
There’s a huge push and pull between the will to centralize — resources, goods, power — and the forces against it.
July 23, 2018
If much of modern technology focuses on extracting the messiness and toil out of life (like automated cars and artificial intelligence, for example), then one could assume that the law exists to clarify matters when things, indeed, go wrong. And go wrong they will.
July 09, 2018
Efficiency and the justice system — two words that tend not to be paired together very frequently.
June 25, 2018
Sometimes, there are phrases that make you roll your eyes.
June 18, 2018
No matter what your partisan leanings are, there were some heartening elements of the recent provincial election in Ontario. Take voter turnout, which was the highest it had been in nearly 20 years, with 58 per cent of eligible casting ballots.
June 11, 2018
I once heard a very smart insight, that if we look back at the circumstances of our own lives over one-year increments, momentous change would be difficult to discern.
June 04, 2018
There’s a kinder, gentler way mental health is being approached by the legal profession.