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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SABA is proud to offer its members the opportunity to participate in its mentorship program.

News and Announcements

Congratulations to SABA President Hafeez S. Amarshi for being the recipient of a national Top Prosecutor Award. The award recognizes his professional excellence and exemplary service in the legal profession and contributions to the community.

Quebec Bill C-62 – SABA Toronto believes this law is poor public policy and will ultimately be struck down by the courts as a breach of the charter. In the interim it does a lot of damage. It’s not just the law that is concerning but the impact on perceptions of Muslim women in Quebec….

No, asking lawyers to write a statement of principles does not violate the right to free speech. We have the chance to write a statement that we’re proud to stand behind. We shouldn’t pass it upIn case you haven’t checked your email lately, you have work to do. When filing next year’s annual report to…

The annual SABA Awards (being held on November 14, 2017) are one of the most prestigious legal awards in Toronto, celebrating the achievements of South Asian lawyers and their contribution to the legal profession. This year, the SABA Awards will honour leadership and excellence in the profession by South Asian lawyers, as well as outstanding…

          Dear Members, SABA Toronto is now 12 years strong and we have grown into the largest diverse bar association in Canada. We also represent the largest number of practicing South Asian lawyers anywhere in North America. One of the highlights of our year is the Awards Gala where we take…

Mid-sized Toronto law firm seeks junior associate lawyer to join their Litigation Department with a focus on commercial litigation and employment matters. The ideal candidate will have two to three years of commercial/ general litigation experience in a law firm environment. The candidate will be a passionate advocate who thrives on doing meaningful, hands-on legal work;…

United Sikhs in partnership with Carleton University is looking for Sikh males aged 18 or older who have been carded (Street Check) by police in Ontario. For more information please contact Gurdeep Singh Jagpal at 416-400-3942 or at gurdeeepjagpal@cmail.carleton.ca.

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