The LCO today releases a Consultation Paper and launches province-wide consultations for its Class Actions: Objectives, Experience, and Reforms project. The LCO review is the most comprehensive assessment of Ontario’s Class Proceedings Act since it came into force more than 25 years. Since that time, class action litigation has grown dramatically in volume, complexity and [...]
Have you ever supported a family member, close friend, or acted as a substitute decision-maker for someone who received palliative care, or end of life care? Or, do you work in health care, academia, government, or another profession with knowledge or experience in issues during the last stages of life? We want to hear from [...]
It has been said that almost every concept and rule in the field of defamation law has to be reconsidered in light of the Internet. The Law Commission of Ontario’s “Defamation Law and the Internet: Where Do We Go From Here?” conference considers whether or how defamation law should be reformed in light of fast-moving [...]
The LCO is currently accepting applications for the Summer 2018 term. Positions are open to law students (JD or LL.L) and graduate law students (LLM, SJD or PhD in law), currently enrolled in an Ontario law school. The deadline to apply is Friday, February 23, 2018.
The LCO today releases a Consultation Paper and launches province‐wide consultations for its Defamation Law in the Internet Age project. These consultations will run continuously from November 2017 to the end of March 2018. The Paper will be launched officially at the Law Society of Upper Canada’s Donald Lamont Learning Centre, 130 Queen Street West, [...]
We’ve released Liaison Fall/Winter 2017! You can read the latest version of the LCO’s newsletter here.
The LCO will soon be heading to the Niagara area to meet with individuals, and hear about their experiences and challenges when dealing with the last stages of life. For more information, check out this article in the St. Catharines Standard. You can read more about our last stages of life project on our website.
For more information about our completed project, Legal Capacity, Guardianship and Decision-making, and to read our final report, check out our project web page. You can read the Law Times article here.
For more information about our project, see our webpage. You can read the CBC article here.
Congratulations to former LCO Board of Governors member, Adam Dodek, who has been named Dean of the common law program at the University of Ottawa.