At the CALE/ACEJ Annual Conference last week, this year’s recipient for the CALE/ACEJ Best Paper Award was announced. The CALE Best Paper Award is an award for the best paper in the field of legal ethics and professionalism by an emerging scholar who is a member of CALE. Submissions are evaluated on their originality, the thoroughness of their research and analysis, and the extent to which they advance thinking on topics of importance in the field, nationally or internationally. For more details, see here.
This year’s award winner is Daniel Del Gobbo for his paper “Legal Ethics and the Promotion of Substantive Equality”. Congratulations again, Daniel!
This paper was supported by his OBA Foundation Chief Justice of Ontario Fellowship in Legal Ethics and Professionalism Studies and will be published in a forthcoming issue of the Canadian Bar Review.