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The Access to Justice Symposium at Western University's Faculty of Law Focused on the issue of self-representing litigants. <br />Photo by Amy Legate-Wolfe<br />

The Epidemic Of Self-Representing Litigants

Imagine this scenario. You and your partner have decided to get a divorce. You both have stable jobs, stable incomes and some savings. Your first thought would be to call a lawyer, right? Well, for over half the people in North America going through the family law system, it turns out the answer is “No.” […]

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Ideas for new sex trade laws fighting to see the light 
<br /> Photo by Karmen Wells <br />

One spotlight not enough for prostitution debate

It’s easy to judge a prostitute with a passing glance. Some might feel sad for them, others disgusted. But probably few can  say they’ve ever tried to understand them and their situations. After a recent Supreme Court ruling and a police operation, many want to have their say on how Canadian law should address prostitution. Operation […]

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