About SABA

The South Asian Bar Association of Toronto is the GTA’s premier legal organization dedicated to promoting the objectives of South Asian members of the legal profession. Members of SABA include lawyers that self-identify as South Asian or are of South Asian origin, and lawyers that advocate on issues of relevance to the South Asian community

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2015 SABA Gala Photos

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News and Announcements

SJTO has posted for: · Part-Time member(s) at the Landlord and Tenant Board in Toronto. · Full-time member at the Landlord and Tenant Board in Toronto. These positions are posted on the “Advertised Positions” section of the Public Appointments Secretariat website. The competitions close on Monday, December 19, 2016.

Come and celebrate five years of arts and human rights programming! From December 9-11 JAYU’s 5th annual Human Rights Film Festival brings you some of the best and most compelling films about issues that matter. This year’s edition includes award winning films dealing with immigration, women’s rights, homelessness, mental health, LGBT rights, the refugee experience…

Under Bill C-25, certain CBCA corporations would be required to make annual disclosure relating to diversity among their directors and members of senior management. SABA Toronto endorses Ryerson University’s Diversity Institute’s submission to expand the diversity clause to include other equality-seeking groups. Read the Diversity Institute’s letter: minister-bains-letter-v10

York University is known for championing new ways of thinking that drive teaching and research excellence. Our 53,000 students receive the education they need to create big ideas that make an impact on the world. Meaningful and sometimes unexpected careers result from cross-discipline programming, innovative course design and diverse experiential learning opportunities. York students and…

The Justices of the Peace Appointments Advisory Committee (JPAAC) was established in 2007 following amendments to the Justices of the Peace Act. JPAAC’s duties are to classify applicants for appointment as justices of the peace and to report those classifications to the Attorney General. Justices of the peace are appointed by the Lieutenant Governor in…

Luke’s Place (http://lukesplace.ca/) is an Ontario non-profit organization devoted to improving the safety and experience of abused women and their children as they proceed through the family law process. To support lawyers working with abused women, Luke’s Place has launched a 3-hour online training, “Effective Lawyering with Clients Leaving Abusive Relationships”. This course is CPD…

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