Globe and Mail details Conservative ‘remake’ of judiciary

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Globe and Mail justice writer Sean Fine has recently published a series of investigative articles that shed light into the Federal judicial appointment process in Canada and the current Conservative government’s efforts to politically influence appointments to the judiciary. Read more below: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/stephen-harpers-courts-how-the-judiciary-has-been-remade/article25661306/ http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/supreme-court-unfair-to-harper-government-new-ontario-justice-says/article25715590/ http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/legal-observers-urge-ottawa-to-revamp-judicial-appointment-process/article25716050/

Save the Date: Sept. 26, 2015 – FACL Conference and Gala

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It’s that time again.  Please save the date for the upcoming 2015 FACL Conference and Gala to be held on Saturday September 26, 2015! More details to come (including registration), so be sure to visit our Conference webpage regularly: http://facl.ca/fall-conference/ Call for Nominations – 2015 FACL Awards and Omatsu Scholarship Nominations are now being accepted for» Read More

Law Society of Upper Canada 2015 Bencher Election Results and Voter Statistics

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The Law Society has released a report on the 2015 Bencher Election Results and compiled Voter Statistics from 1987-2015.  The Report can be found HERE.  It has been archived on the Media page of our website and the Law Society website. We anticipate that this information will be important for FACL and its membership in future» Read More