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  • The Law Society of Upper Canada
    Universities seeking LPP Work Placements Learn more Amended conduct rules come into effect Oct 1 Learn more Articling Program Reporting Tool now available Learn more June Convocation News Read now For the Public Find a Lawyer or Paralegal Make a Complaint Check Discipline Information Become a Lawyer Become a Paralegal View Career Opportunities More for the Public Tweets by LawsocietyLSUC Follow Us For Lawyers and Paralegals Access the LSUC Portal Pay your fees CPD Requirement Change your status Change your address For Lawyers For Paralegals UPCOMING CPD PROGRAMS The Art of Communication and Persuasion for Litigators The Advocates Society LSUC Joint Program Update on the Amended Paralegal Rules of Conduct and the Paralegal Professional Conduct Guidelines Update on the Amended Rules of Professional Conduct for Lawyers Family Law Toolkit 2014 Practice Management Advocacy for Paralegals Ottawa All Programs Latest News News Release The Law Society concerned about the murder of Pakistani lawyer News Release The Law Society concerned by detention of Egyptian Lawyer News Release Janet E Minor elected Treasurer of the Law Society Notice Trust funds held by Kenneth James All News Let Right Prevail More Info Discover Historic Osgoode Hall a National Heritage site Explore Osgoode Hall Home

    Original URL path: http://www.lsuc.on.ca/ (2014-07-12)
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  • The Law Society of Upper Canada
    Universities seeking LPP Work Placements Learn more Amended conduct rules come into effect Oct 1 Learn more Articling Program Reporting Tool now available Learn more June Convocation News Read now For the Public Find a Lawyer or Paralegal Make a Complaint Check Discipline Information Become a Lawyer Become a Paralegal View Career Opportunities More for the Public Tweets by LawsocietyLSUC Follow Us For Lawyers and Paralegals Access the LSUC Portal Pay your fees CPD Requirement Change your status Change your address For Lawyers For Paralegals UPCOMING CPD PROGRAMS The Art of Communication and Persuasion for Litigators The Advocates Society LSUC Joint Program Update on the Amended Paralegal Rules of Conduct and the Paralegal Professional Conduct Guidelines Update on the Amended Rules of Professional Conduct for Lawyers Family Law Toolkit 2014 Practice Management Advocacy for Paralegals Ottawa All Programs Latest News News Release The Law Society concerned about the murder of Pakistani lawyer News Release The Law Society concerned by detention of Egyptian Lawyer News Release Janet E Minor elected Treasurer of the Law Society Notice Trust funds held by Kenneth James All News Let Right Prevail More Info Discover Historic Osgoode Hall a National Heritage site Explore Osgoode Hall Home

    Original URL path: http://www.lsuc.on.ca/index.aspx (2014-07-12)
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  • Login | BencherNet | The Law Society of Upper Canada
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    Original URL path: http://www.lsuc.on.ca/benchernet/Login.aspx (2014-07-12)
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  • Services for the Public | The Law Society of Upper Canada
    you think you need legal assistance you may first want to read Helping You With Your Legal Needs and Choosing the Right Legal Professional both of which will help you to understand the differences between the services offered by lawyers and those offered by paralegals Once you have determined the type of legal services you require the following information can help you to find a lawyer or a paralegal and see Finding a Lawyer or Paralegal Finding a Lawyer The online Lawyer and Paralegal Directory is useful if you have the name of a lawyer but you want to know how to contact him or her You can use the Law Society Referral Service to help you find a lawyer near you The Directory of Certified Specialists lists lawyers who are certified as specialists by the Law Society in a particular area of law Pro bono or legal aid services are available for those with low incomes Please visit Law Help Ontario or Legal Aid Ontario Finding a Paralegal The Lawyer and Paralegal Directory can help you find a specific paralegal if you know his or her name You can also use the directory to search by city You can use the Law Society Referral Service to help you find a paralegal near you Finding out more about a specific lawyer or paralegal Each listing in the Lawyer and Paralegal Directory includes the individual s practising status in addition to contact information If a lawyer or paralegal has a discipline history restrictions on his or her practice or if there is a trusteeship there will be information on this in the directory listing You may contact the Law Society s Client Service Centre to find out whether a lawyer or licensed paralegal is currently entitled to provide legal services in Ontario You may also ask about the individual s discipline history See Finding a Lawyer or Paralegal for more information The Law Society also prosecutes individuals who provide legal services directly to the public without a license Access to Legal Services The Law Society supports a number of services that help to make sure Ontario residents are well served by their legal system These include Law Society initiatives as well as those of other organizations Please see our Access to Legal Services section for more information See the Law Society s new public legal information guide Handling everyday legal problems Information to help you make good choices PDF Complaining about a lawyer or licensed paralegal Please see our Complaining about a Lawyer or Paralegal section for more information What we cannot do Investigate complaints about fees charged by a lawyer or paralegal The Law Society cannot order your lawyer or paralegal to reduce the amount billed to you for services provided If you have a problem with your lawyer s bill you may want to talk to your lawyer or contact the Assessment Office of the Superior Court of Justice to make an appointment to have your bill reviewed See

    Original URL path: http://www.lsuc.on.ca/with.aspx?id=1064 (2014-07-12)
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  • is gravely concerned about the detention and sentencing of Mahienour El Massry Jun 26 2014 News Release Janet E Minor elected Treasurer of the Law Society Janet E Minor elected Treasurer of the Law Society Jun 24 2014 Notice Trust funds held by Kenneth James Pursuant to the Order of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice dated May 7 2014 The Law Society of Upper Canada is the Trustee of funds from the trust account of lawyer KENNETH JAMES o a JAMES AND ASSOCIATES Jun 20 2014 News Release Noted public servant to receive honorary doctorate from Law Society The Law Society of Upper Canada will present a degree of Doctor of Laws honoris causa LLD to John H Sims QC at its Call to the Bar ceremony in Ottawa June 23 Jun 16 2014 News Release Legal luminaries to receive honorary LLDs from Law Society A former judge of Ontario s highest court a trailblazing advocate for inclusion and a leading law professor author will each receive an honorary Doctor of Laws degree LLD from the Law Society this month The presentations will take place at three Toronto Call to the Bar ceremonies at Roy Thomson Hall on June 19 and 20 Jun 13 2014 News Release Extraordinary Hamilton advocate to receive honorary LLD The Law Society of Upper Canada will present a degree of Doctor of Laws honoris causa LLD to David F Smye QC at its Call to the Bar ceremony in London June 16 Jun 4 2014 News Release Justice partners launch action group to improve access to justice Justice sector partners met on June 3 for the inaugural meeting of TAG The Action Group on Access to Justice a forum to foster collaboration on initiatives to make justice more accessible The meeting took place at

    Original URL path: http://www.lsuc.on.ca/latestnews.aspx?id=11610 (2014-07-12)
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  • Careers | The Law Society of Upper Canada
    Society We believe in the importance of a thriving workplace that establishes the Law Society as an employer of choice and ensures that we can provide high quality professional service to the public lawyers and paralegals and other stakeholders Top Employer Between 2003 and 2005 The Law Society of Upper Canada was recognized as a Top Employer in Canada and since then has consistently been named as one of Greater Toronto s Top Employers in the revamped annual competition Being publicly recognized as an industry leader is an important validation of our efforts to demonstrate best human resources practices The Law Society provides alternative work options including flexible scheduling and telecommuting subsidizes the cost of tuition fees for employees taking courses and professional designation programs provides employees with the opportunity to save for retirement with additional contributions to a matching RSP plan provides a comprehensive charitable program that includes providing meals for Toronto s homeless in our first rate cafeteria a casual Fridays program and fundraising events throughout the year Equity and Diversity The Law Society encourages a work environment that promotes equity and diversity and prohibits any form of discrimination or harassment We are committed to making sure that our recruitment hiring training compensation and other personnel activities are fair and equitable Ensuring we consider employees and prospective employees on the basis of individual merit and actively promoting equity for all individuals without regard to race colour religion sex national origin or sexual orientation is not only just and right it also makes good business sense Diversity helps the Law Society identify and capitalize on opportunities to improve its services particularly those delivered to Francophones and Aboriginal Peoples as well as members of equity seeking groups improve the quality of decision making at all levels and improve our reputation

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  • Contact Us | The Law Society of Upper Canada
    947 3315 416 947 3315 Compensation Fund Toll free 1 800 668 7380 1 800 668 7380 ext 3343 General line 416 947 3343 416 947 3343 Fax 416 947 3479 Email compfund lsuc on ca Complaints Toll free 1 800 268 7568 1 800 268 7568 General line 416 947 3310 416 947 3310 TTY 416 644 4886 416 644 4886 Fax 416 947 5263 Complaint forms must be received by mail or fax See Complaining about a Lawyer or Paralegal for more information Continuing Professional Development E mail cpd lsuc on ca Request a Facilitator Guide rc lsuc on ca Contact the CPD Presenter s Resource Centre cpd lsuc on ca Program Accreditation Toll free 1 800 668 7380 1 800 668 7380 x2938 Telephone 416 947 3300 416 947 3300 x2938 E mail cpdacc lsuc on ca Contract Registry Toll free 1 800 668 7380 1 800 668 7380 x3315 Telephone 416 947 3315 416 947 3315 E mail contractregistry lsuc on ca e Bulletin Resources for Lawyers Toll free 1 800 668 7380 1 800 668 7380 x3315 Telephone 416 947 3315 416 947 3315 E mail rc lsuc on ca Equity Diversity Initiatives Toll free 1 800 668 7380 1 800 668 7380 ext 2153 Telephone 416 947 3300 416 947 3300 ext 2153 Fax 416 947 3983 Email equity lsuc on ca Accessibility of Law Society customer services Harassment and Discrimination in the Provision of LawSociety Services Facilities Toll free 1 800 668 7380 1 800 668 7380 ext 3325 Telephone 416 947 3325 416 947 3325 Fax 416 947 3478 Email facilities lsuc on ca Convocation Hall Restaurant 416 947 3361 416 947 3361 e mail orestaurant lsuc on ca French Language Services The Law Society is committed to communicating with members of the public or the profession in the French language when this is their preferred language of communication If you have comments about our services in the French language please contact the Equity Advisor jbouchar lsuc on ca or 416 947 3984 416 947 3984 Great Library Phone 416 947 3315 416 947 3315 Fax 416 869 0331 E mail refstaff lsuc on ca Ask a Law Librarian Document Delivery Request Form Information about a Specific Lawyer or Paralegal For information on the status or regulatory history of a lawyer or paralegal contact the Client Service Centre at lawsociety lsuc on ca or 416 947 3315 416 947 3315 or toll free 1 800 668 7380 1 800 668 7380 x3315 You can also search the Law Society s Lawyer and Paralegal Directory Law Society Referral Service LSRS Toll free line 1 800 268 8326 1 800 268 8326 Telephone 416 947 3330 416 947 3330 TTY 416 644 4886 416 644 4886 Email lawrefer lsuc on ca Lawyer and Paralegal Licensing Process Articling Program and Law Practice Program Support Services Financial Aid Tutoring and Special Needs Accommodation Licensing Process Inquiries Licensing Process Technical Support Toll free line 1 800 668

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  • Hearings and Discipline | The Law Society of Upper Canada
    Events About the Law Society Media Room Hearings and Discipline Regulatory Proceedings How Can the Law Society Help Complaining about a Lawyer or Paralegal Become a Lawyer Become a Paralegal Trustee Services and Trust Account Claims Contact Us Hearings and Discipline Hearings and Discipline Hearings and Discipline Print Version Protecting the Public The Law Society regulates Ontario s legal profession to ensure a competent and ethical bar Legislation passed by the Government of Ontario primarily the Law Society Act and Regulations made under the act authorize the Law Society to license Ontario s lawyers and paralegals and regulate their conduct competence and capacity Law Society by laws and Rules of Professional Conduct both based in the Law Society Act set out the professional and ethical obligations of all members of the profession Members failing to meet these obligations are subject to the Society s complaints process Some matters proceed to a hearing and result in an order by a hearing or appeal panel Information about regulatory proceedings is public and available in this section of the Law Society website The Law Society also prosecutes individuals who provide legal services directly to the public without a licence The Law Society and the Ontario Courts have established Civility Complaints Protocols designed to improve civility and professionalism among lawyers and paralegals appearing in court proceedings The protocols provide a procedure for judges and justices of the peace to refer incidents of misconduct such as incivility or unprofessionalism to the Law Society Practice advisory guidelines for lawyers and paralegals dealing with ethical and professional conduct issues related to specific topics and practice management resources are located in the Resource Centre Ontario s legal profession is self regulating with public representation See How the Law Society is Governed for more information Let Right Prevail More

    Original URL path: http://www.lsuc.on.ca/with.aspx?id=1063 (2014-07-12)
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