courthouses


  • Fight to release audio and video recordings fails

    Fight to release audio and video recordings fails

    May 14, 2019

    A legal battle over audio and video recordings of court proceedings has attracted the attention of lawyers in Ontario, and may be headed to the Supreme Court of Canada.

  • Criminal Lawyers Association launches old-robe clothing drive

    Criminal Lawyers Association launches old-robe clothing drive

    May 13, 2019

    The Criminal Lawyers Association has launched a clothing drive to collect used barrister gowns at its spring conference in June and is calling on its peers to help save young lawyers the more-than-$500 investment.

  • Future Toronto

    Future Toronto "mega-courthouse" to be modern, causes concern for access to justice

    Oct 4, 2018

    Lawyer and notary public Caryma Sa'd ([S]advocacy), lawyer Eva Marszewski (CEO of Peacebuilders Canada) and Elisha Muskat (formerly of Peacebuilders Canada) discuss the controversial upcoming courthouse to be built in Toronto, that'll amalgamate the criminal courts in the city, as well as several youth courts.

  • Judges press for solutions

    Judges press for solutions

    Sep 14, 2018

    Chief Justice Heather Smith of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice publicly called for more facilities for the courts and implement a new system for appointing judges at the Opening of the Courts ceremony Sept. 13.

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A legal battle over audio and video recordings of court proceedings may be headed to the Supreme Court of Canada. Do you think Ontario courts should allow audio and video recordings of court proceedings in Ontario to be released by parties involved in the matter?
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