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OBA Brings Expertise to Business Law Reform

  • July 27, 2015

As noted in the Law Times, several OBA members recently participated in The Business Law Agenda Stakeholder Panel providing advice and recommendations as part of the government's review of Ontario's business law statutes. The OBA will also host a Business Law Reform Summit on October 8, 2015 that will allow for additional ideas and views to be presented.

OBA Weighs In On New Courthouse

  • June 29, 2015

OBA Criminal Justice Section Vice-Chair Jody Berkes discussed hopes for the new Toronto courthouse in a Law Times article.

OBA President Brings Mental Health Advocacy to Halifax

  • June 24, 2015

OBA President Orlando Da Silva has been touring Canada as part of a national mental wellness corporate challenge led by the Economic Club of Canada, Lundbeck Canada, Cookson & James Loyalty/ Best Life Rewarded, Mental Health International, Excellence Canada, and The Mental Health Commission of Canada.

Law Times Discusses OBA Award Win

  • June 18, 2015

The OBA's Mindful Lawyer CPD Series won an Award of Outstanding Achievement in the "Programs" category from the Association for Continuing Legal Education (ACLEA) in May. In its June 15th edition, the Law Times talks with the OBA about its award winning work.

OBA Award Recipient Featured In Financial Post

  • June 01, 2015

The recipient of OBA's 2015 Karen Spector Memorial Award for Excellence in Privacy Law, David Young of David Young Law, has been included in the Financial Post's "legal moves and grooves" column for his award win.

Lawyers Weigh in on Articling Positions

  • May 27, 2015

A motion put forward at the LSUC's annual general meeting that proposed to force some law firms to accept articling students has lawyers weighing in on the issue, including OBA Second Vice-President David Sterns. Read their comments in the Law Times.