What? At noon on March 1st, members of Toronto’s downtown business community will be marching from Bay Street to meet at Nathan Philips Square. It’s our “March on Bay Street”. We’re gathering to show our individual and collective commitment to the principles of human dignity, diversity and inclusion. At the event, we will be adding…

The Criminal Lawyers’ Association is offering SABA Toronto members a modest incentive to join the CLA. With proof of membership in SABA Toronto, the CLA will discount the cost of its membership to a maximum of $50. If you are interested, please email sabatoronto@gmail.com with CLA Membership in the subject line and request proof of…

The Office of the Commissioner for Federal Judicial Affairs was established in 1978 to safeguard the independence of the judiciary and provide federally appointed judges with administrative services independent of the Department of Justice Canada. The Commissioner for Federal Judicial Affairs reports to Parliament through the Minister of Justice and acts on behalf of the…

What impact does race & racism have on your professional career? As a student of colour, do you sometimes feel you need to work harder to achieve the same level of success as your peers. Hear stores and lessons learned from professionals of colour to help guide your entry into the workforce. Wed, Feb 15,…

SJTO has posted for: · Bilingual full-time member at the Social Benefits Tribunal in Eastern Ontario (Ottawa) · Bilingual part-time member at the Social Benefits Tribunal in Eastern Ontario (Frontenac, Lennox and Addington, Prince Edward, Hastings, Northumberland, Durham and Peterborough). These positions are posted on the “Advertised Positions” section of the Public Appointments Secretariat website….

An adhoc group of volunteer lawyers (and articling students) across Canada are working with the CCLA, CARL, and the Refugee Hub to support the ACLU by having volunteers at airports to assist travelers affected by the U.S.’s immigration ban. YYZ and YOW are among airports where more help is needed. The volunteer sign up is…

SABA Toronto is jointly hosting a panel discussion on public appointments and recruitment for Boards of Directors on March 10, 2017, at 4pm – 6pm. at Baker McKenzie’s Toronto office. This event is specifically targeted at mid-career lawyers (7+ years call to the bar) who may be interested in appointments to the judiciary, tribunals and…

The Government of Canada is seeking applications from diverse and talented Canadians from across the country who are interested in the following full-time position: · Director of Public Prosecutions The deadline for this position has been extended to February 13, 2017. We encourage you to distribute this opportunity widely within your organization and professional networks….

Join the Canadian Association of Black Lawyers (CABL) and the Law Society of Upper Canada for their annual Black History Month program. As a tribute to Viola Desmond and other Black civil rights activists, past and present, this year’s program will feature an interactive panel which will focus on the legislative history of the Ontario…

The Government of Canada has announced reforms to the judicial appointments process which will make the process more transparent, accountable and reflective of the diversity of Canadian society. As a result of these changes, all interested candidates must submit their applications pursuant to the new rules and using the new forms. Pre-existing judicial pools were…

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