Family Law Course Goes High-Tech/Low Cost!
About Hilary LintonHilary Linton is a Toronto lawyer, mediator, arbitrator and teacher. After litigating family and civil disputes for 14 years, she started Riverdale Mediation which is internationally recognized for high quality dispute resolution services and innovative ADR training. Teaching hundreds of adults every year, Hilary and her team at Riverdale have designed a wide range of courses. Hilary has been honoured with the inaugural James G. McLeod Professorship in Family Law at Western University Law School, and the Ontario Bar Association Award of Excellence in ADR in 2014. She has taught many ADR courses as an adjunct professor at Osgoode Hall Law School, Western Law and Toronto Advanced Professional Education.
Happening now: Bill Eddy of the @HighConflict Institute is delivering an interactive, webinar-based workshop on "Managing High Conflict People" to members of our roster, as well as select service providers. #onlinetraining #billeddy #conflictresolution3
Chief Justice Morawetz's March 27, 2020 Memo to the Profession on the SCJ website at: https://www.ontariocourts.ca/scj/notices-and-orders-covid-19/memo-to-the-profession/
I just read another Covid-related child access decision by Mitrow J (ht @sam_misheal) and was thinking: with the existing caselaw directives + video conferencing, DROs would make awesome frontline triage workers; and impose harsh *fixed* costs for cases going up to judges. #A2J
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Hugely valuable #A2J resource. https://twitter.com/lawsocietylso/status/1242814445837078529
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The LSO, with support from @SCJOntario_en @OntarioOn, has launched an emergency family law referral phone line to assist people who are self-represented & trying to determine whether or not their family court matter meets the criteria to be heard by the Court on an “urgent” basis