Three months after its first Indigenous dean of law resigned claiming systemic racism, Lakehead University has embarked on a consultation with faculty in an effort to find a replacement dean for the Bora Laskin School of Law by consulting with its academic community about who should be considered for the role.
Dentons Canada announced Tuesday that 10 individuals from McLean & Kerr LLP, a boutique law firm known in the Toronto market for its commercial real estate and litigation practice, were joining the firm in Toronto.
With its sights set on the U.S. market and nine months after leaving Deloitte LLP, Conduit Law has announced a joint venture with new law pioneer U.K.-based Radiant Law.
In a case involving two of the biggest rivals in the chemical sector a Calgary judge last week awarded Dow Chemical $1.3 billion for damages against Nova Chemicals Corporation and potentially another $300 million could be on the horizon.
After 15 years as co-director of the legal office at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario, Vicki White is taking on the role of chief executive officer of The Advocates’ Society effective July 23.
The legal and financial communities are mourning the passing of a strong advocate for diversity and inclusion in the profession.
Who will be Ontario’s next attorney general? It would seem premier-designate Doug Ford has a number of lawyers to choose from based on those who won in their respective ridings on June 7.
At a critical time for trade relations in Canada, the U.S. and globally, three of the four partners who led the international trade and investment practice at Bennett Jones LLP have left to join Borden Ladner Gervais LLP in Toronto, with three associates going with them.