Monthly Archive for: ‘January, 2008’

  • Access to Justice Act taken to task

    A group of Ontario paralegals has filed an application for judicial review in Divisional Court, claiming that sections of the Access to Justice Act dealing with the regulation of paralegals are unconstitutional and contrary to the public interest

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  • Paralegal spared jailed sentence

    Originally Posted on by Marshall Yarmus On Oct. 15, paralegal Maureen Boldt began to serve her four-month house arrest sentence as she was found in contempt of court for preparing family court documents without being a lawyer. On Oct. 1, Justice Patricia Hennessy of the …

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