Recent Legal Ethics Columns on Slaw.ca

In December and January, four legal ethics columns were posted on Slaw.ca that may be of interest to website readers:

  1. Why Do We Regulate Lawyers? by Brooke MacKenzie (January 14, 2021): Exploring the fundamental purposes of lawyer regulation and “suggest[ing] that both regulators and their critics sometimes lose sight of the “why” of lawyer regulation when caught up in the details of how to regulate legal services and their providers”
  2. Is It Time to Regulate Collaborate Practice? by Deanne Sowter (January 6, 2021): Considering whether collaborative practice in family law should be regulated.
  3. A Taxonomy for Lawyer Technological Competence by Amy Salyzyn (December 18, 2020): Outlining a six part taxonomy for thinking about technologically competent lawyering.
  4. If You See Something, Say Nothing: Why Lawyers Don’t Report to the Law Society by Noel Semple (December 2, 2020): Exploring why lawyers do not report misconduct and canvassing possible solutions.

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