Law students volunteer as legal observers for Occupy Toronto protesters who are camped out in St. James Park in Toronto.
Out on Bay Street held its 5th annual conference for LGBTQA law and business students in Toronto from Sept. 30-Oct. 1.
The University of Toronto and Osgoode Hall law schools once again go head-to-head for charity on the basketball court at the Air Canada Centre. Intern Matt Powell reports.
Reporter Matt Powell spoke to University of Ottawa communications and marketing manager Amanda Turnbull about the recent
Editor Gail Cohen discusses this issue's cover story on working for the government as an alternative to private practice.
The Ontario Government has partnered with the University of Toronto Faculty of Law to create Canada’s first bridging program for foreign-trained lawyers. The program aims to help accredit 90 to 100 foreign-trained lawyers in its first year.
With the strike of 3,400 members of CUPE Local 3903 at York University, about 900 law students are facing cancelled classes. Canadian Lawyer 4Students speaks with a first-year Osgoode Hall Law School student about how the picketing is affecting his legal education.
Students and faculty from the University of Toronto Faculty of Law and Osgoode Hall Law School hit the court on Nov. 21 for the annual Black and Blue Charity Basketball Game.