TO BE TAKEN WITH A GENEROUS PORTION OF SALT Doctors (A) The number of physicians in the U.S. is 700,000. (B) Accidental deaths caused by Physicians per year are 120,000. (C) Accidental Read more… . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: Doctors More Dangerous Than Guns!
The Wall Street Journal, of all places, had a feature this week on the increasing prevalence – and acceptance – of mindfulness training for lawyers.In Lawyers Go Zen, With Few Objections, writer Jacob Gershman delivers more than just a clever headline. He focusses on the enhanced listening skills that can be developed through mindfulness techniques.I don’t have much . . . → Read More: Wise Law Blog: Mindfulness for Lawyers Goes Mainstream
A recent decision by Justice Nordheimer confirmed that Lawyers can no longer bring claims for non-payment against their clients to the Ontario Small Claims Court. They must now be assessed at the Ontario Superior Court of Justice.An excellent article by Yamri Taddese of the Law Times, details how this will impact the profession. – Rachel . . . → Read More: Wise Law Blog: Superior Court of Justice, Here Come the Non-Payment Claims
@RobSilver @kylekirkup I like lawyers. They’re the only way to protect yourself from other lawyers. Or rather, I fear them.— Bigcitylib (@Bigcitylib2) January 24, 2014
Yeah, but can the lawyer turn itself into a little blue monkey? Alltop only sees little blue monkeys when it laughs.
…80 of them, in fact, are sure that CPC attack dawg, Jason Kenney, lied about his involvement in the “repatriation” of Conrad Black! Watch out J-boy! When 4 score of lawyers are pissed, you had better take cover under your boss’s desk! (6) Trashy, Ottawa, Ontario
On Monday evening in Montreal, hundreds of lawyers donned their professional black robes and took to the streets on a silent march to protest Law 78 (also known as the “loi spéciale”), the legislation that the Jean Charest government recently passed in an attempt to put a stop to the Quebec student movement towards accessible post-secondary education. The Quebec Bar has expressed serious concerns over Law 78 for, among other things, its limitations imposed on student associations, its judicialization of debates, its use of the criminal justice system, and its granting of increased powers to the Minister of Education, Michelle Courchesne, who in effect, is able to amend laws in Quebec without consulting the people, members of the National Assembly, or even colleagues. Here are some of my photos of the march, which began at 6:30 p.m. at the Palais de justice (courthouse) and made its way through Old Montreal, Chinatown, the Quartier des spectacles (entertainment quarter), and finally to Place Emilie-Gamelin, the usual starting point of the nightly student movement demonstrations that begin at 8:30 p.m.
|Palais de justice de Montréal|
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On Monday evening in Montreal, hundreds of lawyers donned their professional black robes and took to the streets on a silent march to protest Law 78 (also known as the “loi spéciale”), the legislation that the Jean Charest government recently passed in an attempt to put a stop to the Quebec student movement towards accessible post-secondary . . . → Read More: From Orangutan: Photos of Montreal lawyers marching against Law 78,