Written by lawyers for lawyers, by its very nature JUST. is an extension of the OBA community. Learn how your peers are dealing with common challenges; read about the struggles and achievements of your favourite legal icons and hear what other lawyers have to say about the state of affairs within the legal profession. This section is all about learning, sharing and exchanging, lawyer to lawyer.
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Pro Tips for Trial Prep
We asked OBA members: What is your best trial prep tip?
Bionic Lawyers: AI, tech & automating your legal practice
A zero-hype article about AI, tech and automating your legal practice.
Family Mediators Share Their Top 10 Online Resources
We asked Ontario mediators to open their toolboxes to show us some of their favourite resources for family mediation in Ontario.
Racism, Xenophobia and Hate Crimes: Lawyers fighting back
As a lawyer, you are in a position to take action if you see racism, xenophobia, and hatred happening around you. Richa Sandill lists a few options you can take to assist clients and the community in combating these scenarios.
The Positive Parenting Project: A new approach for domestic violence cases
Why judges, lawyers and support workers are singing the praises of this collaborative, multi-disciplinary approach to domestic violence cases involving children.
Dos & Don'ts for Handling Turbulence at the Border
Some say that today, a person’s smartphone is his or her castle. If that is so, for lawyers carrying privileged information on their device, it must be a fortress.
A Social Justice Approach To Criminal Prosecutions
What is the role of a prosecutor when faced with a sentencing proceeding for disadvantaged or vulnerable offenders?
Non-Lawyer Legal Services: An international round-up
A survey of different jurisdictions around the world and a sample of some contrasting approaches to legal services regulation.
Gallery: Young Lawyers Gala
On May 30th, the Ontario Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division proudly hosted the inaugural Young Lawyers Gala.
The Personal Touch Still Matters
Kathleen Robichaud discusses the importance of human interaction in legal services, particularly in this age of automation.
It's Time to Renew