Rosalie Silberman never wanted to be a judge. But the phone kept ringing. Would she like to be a Family Court judge? She was 29 and pregnant but sure, why not. How about heading up the Royal Commission on Women’s … Continue reading → . . . → Read More: Susan on the Soapbox: Justice Abella a.k.a. Rock Star
My post @SlawTips today looks at the calls for technological modernization of Canada’s court system.
It may seem like equal parts pipe dream and unscheduled inevitability, but in the context of an acknowledged access to justice crisis in Canada, the call for technological modernization of our nation`s courts seems to be approaching . . . → Read More: Wise Law Blog: eCourts in Canada
The way legal services are delivered in Canada is changing. Increased competition and a demand for lower prices has pressured law firms to slow hiring and deliver their services more efficiently. After finishing my first year at Queen’s Law I started thinking about how law students can help firms meet the demand. It starts with . . . → Read More: Law is Cool: The Innovative Advocate: Canada’s Legal Future