Jordan Glick discusses R. v. Jordan and delays in LSUC proceedings with the Law Time

Law Times, AUGUST 31, 2017

WeirFoulds partner Jordan Glick spoke to Law Times about whether the Law Society could apply aspects of the R. v. Jordan framework to their proceedings.

In the wake of last year's Supreme Court of Canada decision in R. v. Jordan, lawyers are wondering if a similar approach could be applied to Law Society of Upper Canada proceedings that face long delays.

Jordan says Jordan itself could not be used in law society proceedings as section 11(b) of the Charter does not apply to professional regulatory proceedings. But he says delay is still going to affect lawyers when their professional life is on the line.

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