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New Hashtag, New Licensees

Nearly 250 newly licensed paralegals were welcomed to the profession Wednesday, at Osgoode Hall. Held twice a year, the New Paralegal Reception is a Law Society of Upper Canada (LSUC) initiative. It gives paralegals a chance to celebrate their licensing achievements, to network and to learn more about the Law Society services and support systems. […]

Access to Justice, LSUC & You

If an advisory group report is adopted at February Convocation, access to justice principles will imbue the core business and functions of the Law Society of Upper Canada. The Treasurer’s Advisory Group (TAG) Working Group report, presented Jan. 23, is the opus of several years’ work among many organizations. Their goal: find ways to increase […]

Divisive Expanded Scope Issue Aired at LSUC AGM

Depending which licensee category one is in, paralegals are either over-reaching, incompetent bullies who put lives, liberty and access to justice at risk — or professional legal services providers whose recognized expertise justifies a wider scope of practice and greater respect. The Law Society of Upper Canada’s Annual General meeting, May 8, brought out hundreds […]

LSUC Welcomes New Licensees to Profession

Newly licensed paralegals attended a reception held in their honour at the Law Society of Upper Canada, Wednesday evening. Speaking to the new paralegals and other guests, Treasurer Thomas Conway summed-up the Law Society’s support for the profession. “The justice system is the embodiment of the rule of law,” he said. “We not only want […]

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