Law Union of Ontario: Agitate and Litigate

The Law Union of Ontario, founded in 1974, is a coalition of over 200 progressive lawyers, law students and legal workers.

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  • Law Union of Ontario’s Annual Conference – SAVE THE DATE!

    Mark it in your calendars: This year’s Annual Conference will be taking place on Friday, May 8 and Saturday, May 9, 2015! The Friday evening program will take place at Friends House (60 Lowther, Toronto, ON) and the all-day program on Saturday  will take place at Ryerson Student Centre (55 Gould Street, Toronto, ON). The Law […]

  • 10th Annual Strawberry Ceremony for Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women & Girls

    The Law Union of Ontario is pleased to endorse the 10th Annual Strawberry Ceremony for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls taking place on February 14, 2015 at 12:30pm at Toronto Police Headquarters (40 College Street). For more information click here. For information on marches in other cities, click here.  

  • Law Union of Ontario co-sponsors DEFENSORA screening – Saturday, Jan 31 at Cinema Politica Danforth

    DEFENSORA “Defensora is a deeply moving testimony to incredible courage in the face of wanton brutality and a shining tribute to the human search for justice.” (Maude Barlow, Council of Canadians) Followed by a discussion with: Murray Klippenstein, lawyer for the Mayan Plaintiffs Craig Scott, Member of Parliament for Toronto Danforth Saturday, Jan. 31st – […]

  • Law Union of Ontario Submission to TPSB regarding the Community-Based Assessment of Police Contact Carding Report

    Click here to read the Law Union of Ontario’s written submissions to the TPSB responding to and commenting on the CAPP Report. In November, 2014 Logical Outcomes released its Community Assessment of Police Practices (CAPP) report titled Community-Based Assessment of Police Contact Carding in 31 Division.  The report was commissioned by the Toronto Police Services […]