Legal Examinations in the 19th Century

COVID-19 has changed many aspects of professional life for those in the legal world, especially licensing candidates who planned to take their licensing examinations this year. The Law Society of Ontario announced early in the pandemic that in-person examinations would be cancelled. They have moved forward with a plan for online examinations, which are ongoing until the end of December.

In light of the many recent changes to licensing exams, we decided to have a look to see how prospective lawyers were examined in the 19th century and how it compares to what licensing candidates need to know now in order to pass the bar.

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House of Bills: A Monthly Update on Ontario Bills

We have created a monthly recap of the bills that moved through the Legislature in July. Details can be found below:

We have created a monthly recap of the bills that moved through the Legislature in July. Details can be found below: Continue reading “House of Bills: A Monthly Update on Ontario Bills”

Summer School is in Session

Accessing free law courses online is easier than you think, and the variety of the subjects on offer is wide. Many leading North American, UK and European law schools offer online courses through learning platforms such as Coursera and edX.

Accessing free law courses online is easier than you think, and the variety of the subjects on offer is wide. Many leading North American, UK and European law schools offer online courses through learning platforms such as Coursera and edX. Continue reading “Summer School is in Session”