Call for nominations for the 2020 Sidney B. Linden Award

Call for nominations for the 2020 Sidney B. Linden Award. This award is named in honour of LAO’s first Board Chair. It is given by Legal Aid Ontario to pay tribute to an individual who has demonstrated a long-standing commitment to helping low income people in Ontario, and who has given his or her time, expertise and/or service to ensuring access to justice.

If you know an exceptional individual who fits this description, please consider nominating him or her for the 2020 Sidney B. Linden Award.

Everyone is eligible, including lawyers in the private sector, LAO employees, Community Legal Clinic and SLASS staff, academics and non-lawyers. Prior award recipients include the late Professor Dianne Martin, Paul D. Copeland, Robert J. Kellerman, Barbara Jackman, Michael Bossin, Peter Kirby, Chip O’ Connor, William Sullivan, Bob Richardson, Ryan Peck, Grace Pluchino, Mary Birdsell and our own Timothy Lutes.

For further information about, and nomination forms for the Sidney B. Linden Award, please visit our website at: https://www.legalaid.on.ca/more/corporate/about-lao-landing-page/sidney-b-linden-award/

Please note that nominations close Friday, October 30, 2020 at 5pm.

LEAF Gender Justice Now: 3 Panel Series – October 26, 27 & 28, 2020

 

 

Gender Justice Now Series

Panel 1: Intersectionality and Gender Justice
Monday October 26, 2020 from 1:15pm to 2:45pm EST

Join LEAF for a conversation about the role of intersectionality in advocacy and work for gender justice, featuring:

Grace Ajele, Calgary Legal Guidance
Sarah Jama, Disability Justice Network of Ontario
Jena McGill, Faculty of Law – Common Law Section, University of Ottawa
With Moderator Rosel Kim, LEAF National

Register

Panel 2: The Legal System and Justice for Indigenous Women, Girls, and 2SLGBTQQIA Persons
Tuesday October 27, 2020 from 2:30pm to 4pm EST

Join LEAF for a conversation about the uses and limitations of the legal system for advancing the rights of Indigenous women, girls, and 2SLGBTQQIA persons, featuring:

Lynn Gehl, Writer and Artist
Beth Kotierk, Maliiganik Tukisiiniakvik
Naiomi Metallic, Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie University
Alana Robert, McCarthy Tétrault
With moderator Breanne Lavallée-Heckert, LEAF National

Register

Panel 3: Opportunities Moving Forward
Wednesday October 28, 2020 from 12pm to 1:15pm EST

Join LEAF for a conversation about opportunities and challenges for using law in the current moment, featuring:

Fay Faraday, Faraday Law and Osgoode Hall Law School, York University
Raji Mangat, West Coast LEAF
Megan Stephens, LEAF National
With Moderator Cee Strauss, LEAF National

Register

Two Judicial Vacancies – Thunder Bay – Closing October 6, 2020

The Judicial Appointments Advisory Committee advises the Attorney General of Ontario on the appointment of Judges to the Ontario Court of Justice, and invites applications for two judicial positions in Thunder Bay:

THUNDER BAY  (1)  –  criminal
THUNDER BAY  (1)  –  50% criminal / 50% family

These appointments also involve travel within the regional boundaries and elsewhere in the province of Ontario, as assigned by the Regional Senior Justice and/or the Chief Justice.

The minimum requirement to apply to be a Judge in the Ontario Court of Justice is ten years completed membership as a barrister and solicitor at the Bar of one of the Provinces or Territories of Canada.

All candidates must apply by submitting an electronic copy of the current (September 2020) completed Judicial Candidate Information Form.  Acknowledgement and other communication will be sent by email.  Please ensure that a suitable email address is provided on your application.

If you wish to apply and need a current Judicial Candidate Information Form, or if you would like further information, please contact:

Judicial Appointments Advisory Committee
Tel:  (416) 326-4060   Fax:  (416) 212-7316

NEW ONLINE APPLICATION PROCESS:  All applications must be sent by email, as a PDF attachment, to JAAC.Application@ontario.ca.  Please refer to the submission instructions.  In the email subject line, please indicate the LOCATION of the judicial vacancy.

Applications must be on the current prescribed form and must be RECEIVED BY 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, October 6, 2020.  Applications received after this date WILL NOT be considered.

NOTE:  Please specify which vacancy (law specialty) you are applying to.

The Judiciary of the Ontario Court of Justice should reflect the diversity of the population it serves. Applications from members of equality-seeking groups are encouraged.

Judicial Vacancy – September 30, 2020 – Newmarket – Criminal Law

The Judicial Appointments Advisory Committee advises the Attorney General of Ontario on the appointment of Judges to the Ontario Court of Justice, and invites applications for a judicial position in Newmarket.

This appointment involves presiding over criminal law matters and also involves travel within the regional boundaries and elsewhere in the province of Ontario, as assigned by the Regional Senior Justice and/or the Chief Justice.

The minimum requirement to apply to be a Judge in the Ontario Court of Justice is ten years completed membership as a barrister and solicitor at the Bar of one of the Provinces or Territories of Canada.

All candidates must apply by submitting an electronic copy of the current (September 2020) completed Judicial Candidate Information Form.  Acknowledgement and other communication will be sent by email.  Please ensure that a suitable email address is provided on your application.

If you wish to apply and need a current Judicial Candidate Information Form, or if you would like further information, please contact:

Judicial Appointments Advisory Committee
Tel:  (416) 326-4060   Fax:  (416) 212-7316

NEW ONLINE APPLICATION PROCESS:  All applications must be sent by email, as a PDF attachment, to JAAC.Application@ontario.ca.  Please refer to the submission instructions.  In the email subject line, please indicate the LOCATION of the judicial vacancy.

Applications must be on the current prescribed form and must be RECEIVED BY 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday, October 21, 2020.  Applications received after this date WILL NOT be considered.

The Judiciary of the Ontario Court of Justice should reflect the diversity of the population it serves. Applications from members of equality-seeking groups are encouraged.

NEW ONLINE APPLICATION PROCESS As of August 12, 2020, the Application Form submission instructions have changed, as indicated in the advertisement.  As well, all candidates are now required to submit the current Judicial Candidate Information Form each time they apply for a judicial vacancy.  Applying by short letter within 12 months of submitting the application form is no longer accepted.

Interested parties may obtain information on the Committee’s current policies, selection criteria and process and the current Judicial Candidate Information Form at:  www.ontariocourts.ca/ocj/jaac/.  Alternatively, they may contact me at 416-326-4060 for a copy.

Additionally, anyone wishing to receive email notification of judicial vacancies can register for this service at:  www.ontariocourts.ca/ocj/jaac/judicial-vacancy/vacancy-postings/.

Call for Applications: The Law Foundation of Ontario’s Public Interest Articling Fellowship program

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
Host Organizations for the Public Interest Articling Fellowship 2022-2023
The Law Foundation of Ontario’s Public Interest Articling Fellowship program is now accepting applications from potential host organizations for the 2022-2023 articling period, with the possibility of renewal.
The Public Interest Articling Fellowship responds to a significant need for legal assistance within the public interest community while giving law students valuable experience in public interest law. Host organizations will receive funding from the Foundation to pay an articling student’s salary, to reimburse the Law Society of Ontario lawyer licensing process fees, and to cover expenses associated with hosting a fellow.

Who can apply

Ontario-based registered charities and nonprofit organizations are eligible to apply if they have an articling principal onsite but do not have access to funds to hire an articling student. Note that Legal Aid Ontario supported clinics are not eligible to apply.

When and how to apply

 Applications will be accepted until November 13, 2020, 5:00 p.m. EST. For full details and the application form, visit the Foundation’s Public Interest Articling Fellowship Host Organization Call for Applications webpage.
Please share this information with other organizations that are eligible and may benefit from the program.
If you have questions, please contact Grants Officer, Alida DeLorenzi at adelorenzi@lawfoundation.on.ca.

En français

The Public Interest Articling Fellowship program is administered in partnership with Pro Bono Students Canada.

LSO Seeking Tribunal Chair | Président du Tribunal

Law Society of Ontario Tribunal | Tribunal du Barreau de l’Ontario

Toronto, Ontario

The Law Society of Ontario regulates, licenses and disciplines Ontario’s 56,000 lawyers and over 9,700 licensed paralegals. Established in 2013, the Law Society of Ontario Tribunal is an independent adjudicative tribunal within the Law Society of Ontario, which processes, hears and decides regulatory cases concerning Ontario lawyers and paralegals in a manner that is fair, just and in the public interest. Due to the impending retirement of its inaugural Chair, the Law Society of Ontario Tribunal is currently seeking its next Chair.

Accountable to Convocation, the Tribunal Chair is responsible for the overall implementation of the strategic direction and performance of the Tribunal, while providing expert leadership to the organization to ensure that it operates fairly, efficiently and effectively within its mandate.  In conjunction with the Tribunal Committee, the Chair develops policy recommendations for Convocation’s consideration and approval, and  participates, as an adjudicator, in the hearing and appeal of cases involving complex or novel issues of law and procedure. The Chair is additionally accountable to the CEO of the Law Society in overseeing the administration of the Tribunal office, including staffing, training, recruitment, financial reporting, and processes for the evaluation, education and scheduling of adjudicators.  

As the ideal candidate, you are currently a lawyer licensee member in good standing to practice law in Ontario, or if licensed outside Ontario, eligible to be licensed to practice law in Ontario. You possess a thorough understanding of the administrative justice system, and a strong background in adjudication and alternative dispute resolution. You are an articulate leader with a proven ability to set strategic direction, a commitment to sound governance practices, and an understanding of sound financial and operational business processes and practices.  The successful candidate will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills and is committed to the protection of the public interest, and the integrity of the tribunal process.

For more information or to apply in confidence to this unique leadership role, please reach out to Renée Young at ryoung@boyden.com, and state the title of the position in the subject line of your email.

The Law Society of Ontario is committed to fostering a positive workplace culture with a workforce that is representative of the communities it serves. Committed to the principles of diversity and inclusion, the LSO encourages applications from all qualified applicants.  Accommodation is available for applicants, including those with disabilities, throughout the recruitment process.  

We thank all applicants for their interest, however ONLY those under consideration for the role will be contacted.  

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Le Barreau de l’Ontario règlemente, délivre des permis et prend des mesures disciplinaires à l’égard des quelque 56 000 avocats et 9 700 parajuristes titulaires d’un permis en Ontario. Créé en 2013, le Tribunal du Barreau de l’Ontario est un tribunal d’arbitrage indépendant au sein du Barreau de l’Ontario, qui traite, entend et tranche les affaires règlementaires concernant les avocats et les parajuristes de l’Ontario d’une manière équitable, juste et dans l’intérêt du public. En raison de la retraite imminente de son premier président, le Tribunal du Barreau de l’Ontario est actuellement à la recherche de son prochain président.

Responsable devant le Conseil, le président du Tribunal est chargé de la mise en œuvre globale de l’orientation stratégique et du rendement du Tribunal, tout en fournissant un leadership expert à l’organisation afin de s’assurer qu’elle fonctionne de manière équitable, efficace et efficiente dans le cadre de son mandat. En collaboration avec le Comité du Tribunal, le président élabore des recommandations politiques à soumettre à l’examen et à l’approbation du Conseil, et participe, en tant qu’arbitre, à l’audition et à l’appel des affaires impliquant des questions complexes ou nouvelles de droit et de procédure. Le président est en outre responsable devant la chef de la direction du Barreau de la supervision de l’administration du bureau du Tribunal, y compris la dotation, la formation, le recrutement, les rapports financiers et les processus d’évaluation, d’éducation et d’établissement du calendrier des arbitres.

En tant que candidat idéal, vous êtes actuellement avocat titulaire d’un permis en règle pour exercer le droit en Ontario ou, si vous êtes titulaire d’un permis en dehors de l’Ontario, vous pouvez être autorisé à exercer le droit en Ontario. Vous avez une connaissance approfondie du système de justice administrative et une solide expérience dans le domaine de l’arbitrage et des modes alternatifs de règlement des litiges. Vous vous exprimez clairement et avez une capacité éprouvée à définir une orientation stratégique, un engagement envers de saines pratiques de gouvernance et une compréhension des processus et pratiques opérationnels et financiers sains. Le candidat retenu aura d’excellentes aptitudes à la communication et aux relations interpersonnelles et s’engagera à protéger l’intérêt public et l’intégrité du processus du tribunal.

Pour plus de renseignements ou pour poser votre candidature en toute confiance à ce poste de direction unique, veuillez contacter Renée Young à l’adresse ryoung@boyden.com, et indiquer le titre du poste dans l’objet de votre courriel.

Le Barreau de l’Ontario s’est engagé à favoriser une culture positive sur le lieu de travail avec une main-d’œuvre représentative des communautés qu’il sert. Soucieux de respecter les principes de diversité et d’inclusion, le Barreau de l’Ontario encourage les candidatures de tous les candidats qualifiés. Des mesures d’adaptation sont disponibles pour les candidats, y compris ceux qui sont handicapés, tout au long du processus de recrutement.  

Nous remercions tous les candidats pour leur intérêt, cependant SEULEMENT ceux qui sont pris en considération pour le poste seront contactés.

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Letter to Treasurer Donnelly RE Fee Reduction Motion

SENT VIA EMAIL: treasurer@lso.ca

September 23, 2020

Treasurer Teresa Donnelly

Law Society of Ontario

130 Queen Street West

Toronto, Ontario

M5H 2N6

Dear Treasurer Donnelly,

Re:      Fee Reduction Motion

On September 1, 2020, two benchers gave notice of a motion to Convocation, returnable on September 24, to require that the 2021 licensing fees for all members of the Law Society of Ontario (“LSO”) be reduced by no less than 25%.  According to the Notice of Motion, the rationale for the proposed fee reduction is that “virtually all members in private practice” have suffered a “devastating financial impact” as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.  It is asserted that the proposed fee reduction is necessary to ensure members of the LSO are “able to remain financially viable”.

I am writing on behalf of the Women’s Law Association of Ontario (“WLAO”) to voice our objection to the motion, both in substance and the manner it is being advanced.  There is no doubt the current global public health crisis has impacted the legal community in different ways.  The WLAO supports efforts by the Convocation to look at options to mitigate financial hardships experienced by lawyers and paralegals.  However, any such effort must place the regulatory function of the LSO and the public interest at front and centre.  It must also be based on research and a proper cost-benefit analysis.  The motion in its current form fails to meet these requirements.  There is little to no information about the proposed fee reduction, nor has a rationale been provided for the 25% figure. As recently noted by Malcom Mercer, the proposed reduction is arbitrary and fails to consider the impact on the regulation of the profession and access to justice.

It is also troubling that, once again, a motion on an important issue such as this was brought in Convocation with only two weeks’ notice to members. The lack of supporting research, action plan, and meaningful analysis marks a clear departure from the LSO’s long standing process of engaging in cost-benefit examination of the annual budget through internal consultations.  In the interest of good governance, issues of this nature should be considered in accordance with long-established processes and be based on data, not bald assertions.

WLAO calls on the Benchers to oppose the fee reduction motion.  This correspondence may be shared with Convocation and any colleagues.

Sincerely,

Jennifer Gold

President

“Come Back + Crush It” Pilot Program to Empower Women Returning from Maternity Leave! Limited Offer!!

Dear Members,
A long-time supporter of WLAO, Jane Southren of Jane Southren Consulting, is pleased to offer a once in a practice opportunity for lawyers who are also expectant first time Moms, for a limited time with exclusive pricing.
If you are planning to start your first maternity leave anytime between November 1, 2020 and January 31, 2021, this special opportunity to be a member of the pilot cohort for our groundbreaking return-from-leave program “Come Back + Crush It” and return from your leave confident, powered up and set up to thrive, may be just what you have been looking for!!
How would it feel to go on maternity leave knowing that you had a solid, well-formulated plan for your return? And then to feel strong, capable, and empowered with the confidence that you’ll be on your path, on your terms, and supported by a cohort of others in the same position, at the end of it?
We believe that mothers coming back from their leaves can thrive
By identifying the unique strengths that set you apart – heightened empathy, productivity, resilience, enhanced ability to multi-task and cope with stress, and improvements in strategic thinking, negotiation and judgement among them – you’ll be better able to position yourself to ‘Crush It’ on your return to work.
We’ve all seen careers take different directions as a result of leaves, sometimes by choice, but often not. Whatever ‘Crush It’ means to you – define it, own it and take the steps toward it – before your leave even begins – and take control of your direction.
To help practicing lawyers who are about to be first time Mom’s on that journey, with the added complication of a global pandemic! – we are taking our ground-breaking ‘return from leave’ program virtual and we have opened a pilot cohort that will commence in October, 2020. This group will be made up of a small group of practicing lawyers who are also expectant, first-time mothers and have an anticipated leave date commencing between November 1, 2020, and January 30, 2021. The program includes:
  • 12 monthly group sessions of 2.5 hours each, including substance and networking time
  • 6 hours of one-on-one coaching to help people apply the information to their own context
  • Limited space – maximum of 8 participants
  • Cohort of women from across multiple firms, curated to account for practice area and firm diversification
  • Regular price: $6,000 per participant
  • Pilot pricing for pilot cohort starting in October, 2020 (dates and times to be set by participants in each cohort) – 50% off ($3000)
This program was developed to help women lawyers return from maternity leave with confidence, fully equipped to take the next phase of their career to the next level. For more information please visit us at https://southren.ca/come-back-crush-it/ and sign up for a free 30 minute chat to see if the program is right for you!

About us:
Jane Southren Consulting is a coaching, training and consulting firm specializing in business development for lawyers and other professional service providers. We offer one-on-one coaching, group training and coaching programs, firm start-up programs, strategic planning, and client insights programs. In addition to our listed programming, we create bespoke training and coaching programs for firms of all sizes.

September 17, 2020 – Discussion on Diversity on the Federal Bench

You are cordially invited to join
The Honourable David Lametti, P.C., Q.C., M.P.
Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada
for a discussion on diversity on the federal bench.

The face of Canada’s judiciary is continually changing, reflecting highly meritorious jurists who bring with them a broad range of backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives. As we look towards the future of our public institutions, it is important that all Canadians can see themselves and their perspectives reflected in our judicial system. Much progress has been made, but there is more to do. What are the broader challenges that candidates face in applying for judicial appointments, and are there specific challenges that candidates from under-represented backgrounds face with respect to the current process? Is the process inclusive enough to encourage applicants from a wide variety of backgrounds to apply? How do we reach new networks of potential applicants? How can the legal community better support lawyers from diverse backgrounds at all stages of their careers to help improve the pipeline of experienced potential judicial candidates?

This forum will bring the Minister together with lawyers and judges to share information and experiences, and to reflect on questions such as these in an effort to achieve a representative judiciary across the country.

TIME & PLACE
Thursday, September 17 from 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM EDT
Virtual meeting (Details to follow)
Please note that this session will take place in English. A French session will be held at a later date (invitation to follow).

AGENDA
Facilitator
Professor Donna E. Young, Dean, Faculty of Law at Ryerson University

Remarks
The Honourable David Lametti, P.C., Q.C., M.P.

Panel Discussion
Madam Justice Audrey P. C. Ramsay, Ontario Superior Court of Justice
Madam Justice Diane Rowe, Supreme Court of Nova Scotia
Ms. Rajwant Mangat, Federal Judicial Advisory Committee for British Columbia

Q&A Session with Minister Lametti and Panellists

PROGRAM DETAILS

Kindly RSVP to forum@justice.gc.ca by Tuesday, September 15. You must RSVP to receive a participant link.

Note that this event is closed to media.

This invitation may be shared with other members of your organization; interested individuals must RSVP to participate.

We are applying for accreditation by law societies.

Vous êtes cordialement invité à vous joindre à
l’honorable David Lametti, C.P., C.R., député
ministre de la Justice et procureur général du Canada
pour participer à une discussion sur la diversité à la magistrature fédérale.

Le monde judiciaire canadien, en constante évolution, regroupe des juristes émérites possédant une grande diversité d’horizons, d’expériences et de points de vue. Alors que nous songeons à l’avenir de nos institutions publiques, il est important que tous les Canadiens puissent s’y reconnaître et voir leurs points de vue pris en compte au sein de notre système judiciaire. Bien que de nombreux progrès aient été réalisés, il reste encore beaucoup à faire. Quels sont les défis plus généraux auxquels les candidats doivent faire face lorsqu’ils postulent à une nomination à la magistrature, et y a-t-il des défis particuliers que les candidats issus de milieux sous-représentés doivent relever dans le cadre du processus actuel? Celui-ci est-il suffisamment inclusif pour encourager les candidats d’horizons très divers à postuler? Comment faut-il s’y prendre pour atteindre de nouveaux réseaux de candidats éventuels? Comment la communauté juridique peut-elle mieux soutenir les avocats d’origines diverses à tous les stades de leur carrière afin de contribuer à améliorer le bassin de candidats éventuels chevronnés dans le domaine judiciaire?

Cette tribune réunira le ministre, des avocats et des juges afin d’échanger des renseignements et des expériences, et de réfléchir à ces questions dans le but de créer un système judiciaire représentatif dans tout le pays.

LIEU ET HEURE
Le jeudi 17 septembre de 16 h – 17 h 30 HAE
Rencontre virtuelle (Détails à suivre)

Veuillez noter que cette séance se déroulera en anglais. Une séance en français aura lieu à une date ultérieure (invitation à suivre).

ORDRE DU JOUR
Animatrice
La professeure Donna E. Young, doyenne de la Faculté de droit de l’Université Ryerson

Allocution
L’honorable David Lametti, C.P., C.R., député

Débat d’experts
Madame la juge Audrey P. C. Ramsay, Cour supérieure de justice de l’Ontario
Madame la juge Diane Rowe, Cour suprême de la Nouvelle-Écosse
Madame Rajwant Mangat, Comité consultatif sur les nominations à la magistrature
fédérale pour la province de la Colombie-Britannique

Séance de Q et R auprès des experts et de M. Lametti

DÉTAILS DU PROGRAMME
Prière de confirmer votre présence d’ici le mardi 15 septembre, et ce, à l’adresse suivante : forum@justice.gc.ca. Vous devez répondre à cette invitation pour recevoir un lien de participant.

Notez que cet évènement n’est pas ouvert aux médias.

Cette invitation peut être transmise à d’autres membres de votre organisation, et les personnes intéressées devront à leur tour confirmer leur participation.

Nous demandons une accréditation auprès des barreaux.

Town Hall Meeting to Discuss LSO Family Law Service Provider Proposal: Should Non-lawyers Practice Family Law?

The Toronto Lawyers Association (TLA) is hosting a Town Hall Meeting to discuss the LSO Family Law Service Provider Proposal: Should non lawyers practice family Law?

Following the Law Society’s Access to Justice Committee proposal Family Legal Services Provider (FLSP) Licensing model, the TLA would like to invite you to a Town Hall Meeting to discuss the proposal, on Wednesday, September 16th, 2020.

The TLA is concerned that the LSO proposal:

Fails to protect the public from unqualified practitioners;

Fails to make a business case that Family Law Service Providers will fill the gap of providing access to justice for Ontarians with modest incomes;

Will force family lawyers out of business  which will harm diversity efforts in the legal profession;

Diverts resources and energies away from actions that would promote access to justice for Ontarians needing family law services such as:

Facilitating the licensing of foreign trained lawyers to practice family law;

Expanding Pro Bono Ontario services to include family law;

Expanding Legal Aid services in family law;

Imposing a levy on all lawyers (not just family lawyers), proportionate to income, to fund family law services for those in need

The town hall is open to TLA members and all interested parties. Registration is required to receive the instructions to sign in to the meeting.

Details:

Wednesday, September 16, 2020
5:00 – 6:30 p.m.
Link to register

Zoom Meeting – You will receive the details to join the meeting in your confirmation email.

 

22
Oct
12:00 pm

Save the Date! Fall Events with WLAO

Town Hall Meeting to Discuss LSO Family Law Service Provider Proposal: Should Non-lawyers Practice Family Law?
22
Oct
12:00 pm - 1:15 pm

October 22, 2020 WLAO Sandbox Talk for Parents of Young Children (Under 12)

Town Hall Meeting to Discuss LSO Family Law Service Provider Proposal: Should Non-lawyers Practice Family Law?
Virtual
05
Nov
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

November 5, 2020 – Empowering Women: How to Quash the Pink Elephant

Town Hall Meeting to Discuss LSO Family Law Service Provider Proposal: Should Non-lawyers Practice Family Law?
Virtual

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Toronto, ON M5C 2V6

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416-410-7267

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