The Chief Justice of Ontario Fellowships in Legal Ethics and Professionalism

Announcement

The Chief Justice of Ontario’s Advisory Committee on Professionalism established The Chief Justice of Ontario Fellowships in Legal Ethics and Professionalism. The Committee is pleased to announce that:

Professor Brent Cotter of the University of Saskatchewan and Professors Richard Devlin and Jocelyn Downie of Dalhousie University have been awarded the Chief Justice of  Ontario Fellowship  in  Legal  Ethics  and  Professionalism   Research for 2012-13.  This Fellowship is for full-time faculty teaching at a Canadian university or college.

Ms. Hanna Askew, student, of Osgoode Hall Law School, has been awarded the Chief Justice of  Ontario Fellowship in Legal Ethics and Professionalism Studies for 2012-13. This Fellowship is open to students, licensed paralegals, and lawyers.

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