Tackling Law’s Diversity Deficit in Multicultural Canada

Lack of diversity in law, in the world’s most multicultural city in the country the most welcoming of outsiders, continues to confound. In 2011, I met with the leaders of the American Bar Association during their annual conference in Toronto.  I was impressed with how more reflective of our general community the delegates were, compared… Read More

Dealing with judgitis

Understand the job descriptions (la version française suit) As a lawyer appearing before the court, you are being paid to plead the case and present evidence. As in the BBC radio game, Just a minute, you must do so without “hesitation, deviation or repetition.” Provided you do this, the judge’s job is to listen. Or,… Read More