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Reminder: LAO staff cannot accept holiday gifts
Monday, December 15
2014 Sidney B. Linden award goes to Toronto lawyer William A. (Bill) Sullivan
Thursday, November 27
Gladue report services to expand in Ontario’s North
Thursday, November 27
|Remembering the women who have lost their lives to violence|
Thu, 18 Dec 2014
By Michelle Squires Twenty five years ago on Dec. 6, 1989, 14 women were murdered by an armed man in the name of “fighting ...
|Dr. Meb Rashid of Canadian Doctors for Refugee Care: How healthcare cuts are failing refugees|
Thu, 11 Dec 2014
Dr. Meb Rashid is a Toronto-based physician who specializes in refugee healthcare. He is a co-founding physician of Canadian Doctors for Refugee Care. Healthcare ...
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Wednesday, Deember 17
Legal Aid Online system outage reminder
Friday, December 5
Legal Aid Online will be… offline December 11 to 15
Wednesday, November 12
Lawyers and legal office staff can submit accounts and view their status on the secure Legal Aid Online website.
We’re resolving all concerns about Legal Aid Online raised during extensive consultations with stakeholders in 2013.
Clearer billing processes, faster payments, more support
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association and Partners Present a Discussion of Mental Health in the Justice System, in Recognition of International Prisoners’ Justice Day
Mental health strategy | July 16, 2014
The GTA Clinic Transformation Project is based on recommendations in the discussion document Refining the delivery of client-centred poverty law, developed by six community legal clinics in Toronto.
LAO responds to GTA clinic transformation project concerns
Thursday, August 7