Get ready to celebrate the transformative power of human rights journalism at Night for Rights 2016. Date: Thursday, October 6th, 2016 Place: Arcadian Court, Toronto

The Law Society recommends appointments to various committees and other bodies. Convocation will be articulating a robust and transparent policy for its recruitment process and selection criteria for Law Society candidates this fall. In the meantime, they have asked us to make SABA Toronto members aware of the positions that are currently vacant and are…

Are you passionate about human rights? Do you want to help the UN promote the rights of refugees and displaced peoples? The IHRP is pleased to announce that we are able to accept additional applications on a rolling basis for the post-graduate legal fellowship program, International Fellowships for Canadian Lawyers, generously undertaken with the financial…

What Does Reconciliation Mean to You? In honour of National Aboriginal History Month, join the Law Society and partners for the Celebration of Indigenous Peoples Event. This event will feature presentations from the following participants: • Jeffery Hewitt (Osgoode Hall Law School) • Sarah Morales (University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law) • Andrée Boisselle (Osgoode…

June 2016 marks the first-ever Pride Month in Canada. Join the Law Society and the Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Law Section of the Ontario Bar Association for a discussion on LGBTQ inclusion in sport, in honour of this important occasion. The discussion will focus on the legal framework for inclusion, sex testing and hyperandrogenism,…

LawConnect Ontario (a collaboration of CLEO and OJEN) and The Action Group on Access to Justice (TAG) are hosting Connect, Create, Communicate 2016, a conference on public legal education and information (PLEI) and access to justice. The conference will take place on October 20-21 in Toronto. We welcome participation from interested legal professionals, community workers,…

To achieve equality in the legal profession and in businesses more broadly, men must play a key role in diversity initiatives that are designed to eliminate gender bias. Join your colleagues, and our panel of experienced in-house counsel to discuss the role that men can and have played in advancing the goal of gender equity…

Osgoode’s 2nd Annual Internationally Trained Lawyers’ Day is on Monday, June 20, 2016.  It’s an opportunity to celebrate, network and reconnect with international legal talent in Toronto. The evening reception for the event features keynote speaker Professor Aaron Dhir, Author of “Challenging Boardroom Homogeneity: Corporate Law, Governance, and Diversity”. In recognition of SABA’s work in…

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