Professionalism reloaded

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The Law Society of Upper Canada has just published the papers submitted as part of the Chief Justice’s Tenth Colloquium on the Legal Profession, which was held here in Ottawa last month and at which I appeared as the keynote commentary speaker. If you’re battling insomnia and would like to read the full, 6,700-word version of the brief remarks I delivered, you can find my paper here. But take the time to review the other papers too, especially those submitted by Margaret Ross and Justice Michael Moldaver — all these works contain challenging and provocative thoughts that every lawyer should take time to consider.

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One Response to “Professionalism reloaded”

  1. Romain

    lol pikey is different thgins to different people. It could be used to me “low-life” as we say here or if you are older it could mean gypsy. In the literal sense. It’s a derogatory term for essentially grifters. Really? The only thing about that rant that interested you was what does pikey mean? It was a drunken illiterate rant by someone who would rather attack the messenger than wait for facts.

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