Dec.1,2015 is World AIDS Day: an annual event held since 1988 to recognize the barriers faced by people living with HIV/AIDS.World AIDS Day also serves to highlight issues around the world related to HIV/AIDS.This year's theme,"Getting to Zero,"highlights the need for zero new infections,zero deaths,and,just as […]
November 23-27 marks the first Family Dispute Resolution Week in Ontario.If you're interested in learning more about free or subsidized support for families going through separation and divorce,please visit fdrweek.ca for more information.Anyone who's had a legal problem they had to deal with in family court knows that it can be long,[…]
In a year that has been full of hardship,refugees from Designated Countries of Origin (DCO) have won an important victory: those whose claims are rejected now have a right of appeal.Jared Will practices immigration and refugee law in Toronto,with a focus on judicial review and appellate matters.
Ever since its inception in November 1996,Restorative Justice Week allows Canadians involved in a crime or conflict to learn more about restorative justice.This approach to justice focuses on providing everyone involved in a crime or conflict an active role in repairing the harm caused and moving towards healing and a sense of closure.[…]