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Apr 9, 2014   Invitation to Members of the Public to Apply for Appointment to the Hearing Division 
The Law Society Tribunal is seeking at least two qualified members of the public, who are not licensed by the Law Society of Upper Canada as a lawyer or paralegal, for appointment to the Hearing Division.

Apr 1, 2014   News Release: Five paralegals elected to join Law Society's governing body 
Ontario’s licensed paralegals elected five of their peers to become Law Society benchers and members of the Paralegal Standing Committee during an online election held March 12 to 31, 2014.

Mar 26, 2014   Paralegal Update: March 2014 
Voting now open: still time to cast your votes. Paralegal Rules of Conduct, progress report on regulation, Tribunal update and more.

Mar 13, 2014   News Release: Law Society Awards recognize the best of the profession 
The Law Society of Upper Canada will honour eight outstanding members of the legal profession at its annual award ceremony at Osgoode Hall on May 21, 2014.

Mar 3, 2014   Law Society expresses grave concerns about treatment of Chinese lawyer 
The Law Society of Upper Canada is gravely concerned about the arrest, trial and sentencing of Xu Zhiyong to four years in prison.

Mar 3, 2014   Law Society gravely concerned about conviction and imprisonment of Vietnamese lawyer 
The Law Society of Upper Canada is concerned about the recent conviction and continued imprisonment of human rights lawyer Le Quoc Quan of Vietnam.

Mar 3, 2014   Law Society concerned over possible harassment in Uganda 
The Law Society of Upper Canada is concerned that human rights lawyers seeking to challenge Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Bill, signed into law by Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni in February 2014, will face harassment.

Mar 3, 2014   Law Society concerned over law prohibiting services to LGBTI clients in Nigeria 
The Law Society of Upper Canada is concerned that human rights lawyers seeking to represent lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) clients in Nigeria will face harassment.

Mar 3, 2014   Law Society gravely concerned for Sri Lankan lawyer 
The Law Society of Upper Canada is gravely concerned about the harassment of human rights lawyer Dr. Nimalka Fernando in Sri Lanka.

Mar 3, 2014   Law Society concerned about actions in Nauru 
The Law Society of Upper Canada is gravely concerned over the removal and deportation of Peter Law, Chief Magistrate and Supreme Court Register of Nauru, and the revocation of the visa of the Chief Justice Geoffrey Eames.

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