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OBA Names New Innovator in Residence

  • 08 novembre 2022

Mante Molepo has been named the 2022-23 Ontario Bar Association Innovator in Residence and will lead the association’s new career accelerator for Indigenous and racialized lawyers in emerging areas of law.

OBA Celebrates Women’s History Month with Members of our First All-Female Officers Team

  • 20 octobre 2022

This October, as we celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Women’s History Month – with the theme “She Did, So Now I Can” – we asked the trailblazers who are making OBA history as members of our Board’s very first all-female officers team about who inspires them today, and how they are leading inclusively and working to advance gender equality in the legal profession.

Ontario Bar Association Honours Legal Superstars at Annual Awards Gala 

  • 10 juin 2022

TORONTO – The legal community came together on Thursday evening to celebrate outstanding members of the profession who have made exceptional contributions to the practice of law in Ontario and to the Ontario Bar Association. This was the first OBA Awards Gala in three years, after the popular event was sidelined due to public health measures brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Ontario Lawyers Lead the Way in Eliminating Systemic Racism

  • 19 janvier 2022

The Ontario Bar Association (OBA), a branch of the Canadian Bar Association and Ontario’s largest most diverse network of lawyers, is moving forward with an ambitious and achievable agenda to tackle inequality in the justice sector and beyond over the next 10 years.

OBA Highlights Importance of Wills

  • 01 novembre 2021

Lawyers Lead Free Public Information Sessions During Make A Will Month Everyone needs a properly drafted will. This month, the Ontario Bar Association (OBA) and its members will be promoting the importance of wills as they mark Make A Will Month with free virtual legal information sessions in every region of the province.

2022 Annual Update on Human Rights – Call for Presenters

  • 28 octobre 2021

We are looking for expressions of interest from human rights practitioners to present papers at our upcoming Annual Update on Human Rights professional development event, hosted by the Constitutional, Civil Liberties & Human Rights, Administrative Law and Labour & Employment Law sections.

WSIAT Survey on Access to Justice and Accessibility

  • 06 octobre 2021

WSIAT is seeking feedback from stakeholders about various aspects of its adjudicative process and resources as it pertains to access to justice and accessibility. A short survey has been developed. Participation is voluntary and the results of the survey will be anonymous.