Category Practice Management

LSUC Tribunal Decisions: Paralegal Suspensions

The Law Society Tribunal is an independent adjudicative tribunal within the Law Society of Upper Canada. Panel members include staff and appointed adjudicators. The Tribunal processes, hears and decides regulatory cases about Ontario lawyers and paralegals, in the public interest. Paralegals can be Tribunal members and may represent clients there, as well as be subject […]

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Taking the Pain Out of Accounting

With reporting and reconciliation season upon us, paralegals’ thoughts naturally turn to better ways to keep track of financials and case matters. These days, those issues include the cloud. A group of Ontario-based paralegals gathered on January 18 to get educated on what cloud-based practice management is, and how products such as uLawPractice can help […]

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Cloud Curious? Join ‘Lunch & Learn’ CPD

With reporting and reconciliation season upon us, paralegals’ thoughts naturally turn to better ways to keep track of financials and case matters. These days, those issues include the “cloud.” Learn more about what cloud technology is, and how it can make routine but necessary tasks easier, at a CPD this month. Held at the North […]

Solo Start-Up ‘Boot Camp’ Tomorrow

Want to go solo, but not sure where to start? A unique new SCOPE CPD will give you the tools, tips and advice you need, to make your dreams a reality. The first “So, You Have a Licence. Now What?” program runs this Saturday, Sept. 13, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., at Lawfactory, in the Sterling Tower, […]

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Coaching, Brokering – Helping More People Get Legal Services

Coaching self-represented litigants and brokering services for under-served Ontarians are among the innovative ideas in a report tabled today to Convocation. The Report on Next Steps on the Law Society’s Access to Justice Initiative for the Law Society of Upper Canada (LSUC) was presented June 26. Among the updates, the report notes that 326,000 copies […]

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