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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News and Announcements

The Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada (IRB) is currently seeking candidates for full-time and part-time Governor in Council (GIC) appointed member positions in Montréal, Ottawa, Toronto, Calgary, and Vancouver. Interested candidates are invited to submit their applications before the closing date. Working as independent decision-makers at a tribunal at arm’s length from government, GIC…

SABA’s Annual Meeting of Members will be held at 20 Toronto Street, Toronto, Ontario, at 7:00 p.m. (Toronto time) on August 9, 2016 (the “Meeting“) for the following purposes: to receive and consider the annual financial statements of SABA; to elect up to five (5) directors for the ensuing term; to consider and approve a resolution approving…

BLG Vancouver is seeking an Associate Lawyer with a minimum of three (3) years of relevant experience to join their Securities & Capital Markets Group. Their  ideal candidate will have a broad range of corporate securities experience, including experience in corporate finance transactions (public offerings and private placements), mergers and acquisitions, and corporate governance matters. …

Senior Counsel/Manager, Legal Services The Human Rights Legal Support Centre provides legal services, including representation, to human rights claimants applying to the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario. The Centre has a Toronto opening for a Senior Counsel / Manager, Legal Services to lead and direct the work of one of three teams of lawyers, paralegals…

Earlier this week, SABA Toronto wrote to the Attorney General of Canada, advocating for a more inclusive judicial process. SABA Toronto outlined seven areas for change, including better data gathering, more accountability and increased education and mentoring. Read more here: Letter to Hon. Wilson-Raybould – June 21, 2016.

The Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC) is calling for a comprehensive new approach to policing in Ontario that addresses long-standing concerns about systemic discrimination. In a submission to the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services supported by SABA Toronto, the OHRC raises human rights issues that must be dealt with to improve strained relationships…

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