On December 9th, join the Law Commission of Ontario, the co-editors of Litigating Artificial Intelligence (Emond, 2021) and experts from Canada and the United States in a 90-minute panel discussion contrasting the role of litigation and regulation in protecting rights impacted by artificial intelligence (AI) and automated decision-making (ADM) in the public and private realms. This live [...]
Great news! Both the Law Foundation of Ontario and Law Society of Ontario have renewed Law Commission of Ontario (LCO) funding. The LCO is truly grateful for their continued support! The LFO Catalyst Funding announcement can be found here.
The LCO’s Last Stages of Life: Final Report is in the news. See the Lawyer’s Daily article here.
The Law Commission of Ontario (LCO) today releases a major new report, Last Stages of Life: Final Report. This report considers legal and policy issues that arise in the “last stage of life”, including palliative care, end-of-life care, and medical assistance in dying. The LCO’s Last Stages of Life: Final Report is the first of two [...]
The Law Commission of Ontario (LCO) seeks a full-time Policy Counsel for a one-year contract that may be extended. The deadline to apply is Friday, October 15, 2021. The full job posting is available here in both English and French.
The Law Commission of Ontario (LCO) is pleased to announce a new project working with the Research Chair on Accountable Artificial Intelligence in a Global Context at the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law - Civil Law Section. The Research Chair is led by Professor Céline Castets-Renard. Together, we are preparing a report comparing AI [...]
The LCO is announcing the retirement of our colleague Dr. Sue Gratton at the end of September. Sue has been with the Law Commission for ten years. In that time she has successfully led many LCO projects, including Environmental Accountability, Defamation Law in the Internet Age, Small Estates, and Forestry Workers Lien for Wages Act. [...]
Law Times: ‘Urgent and comprehensive action’ needed on use of probabilistic genotyping in criminal trials
The Law Commission of Ontario’s report, AI Case Study: Probabilistic Genotyping DNA Tools Used in Canadian Courts, written by criminal defence lawyers Jill R. Presser and Kate Robertson, was recently highlighted in the Law Times. Read the full article here.