2018: In Review
Generally, I have traditionally provided a snapshot of my top 10 writings from the past year. However, given that I have written in a members-only blog through much of 2018, I can only share some of my public-facing work.
In no particular order:
1) Huffington Post: On topics discussed (or not discussed) in Toronto City Election.
2) Huffington Post: On International Women’s Day.
3) Huffington Post: On the federal government’s consultation on human trafficking.
4) Now (Toronto): On Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Feminist Policies.
5) Canadian Lawyer Magazine (Thomson Reuters): On the Law Society of Ontario’s good character process. See also this site I created after being called to the Ontario Bar: www.thegoodcharacter.com.
6) Canadian Lawyer Magazine (Thomson Reuters): On name-blind hiring processes.
7) Ontario Bar Association’s Submission to the Law Society of Ontario: Provided substantive recommendations which were adopted by the OBA on the licensing process.
8) Ontario Bar Association’s Submission to the Province: Provided substantive recommendations which were adopted by the OBA on the duty to consult with regard to Indigenous groups affected by legislative changes.
9) Working Group’s statement on motion submitted to the Law Society of Ontario: Provided strategic recommendations on statement as it relates to reconciliation and transparency.
10) Yaiguaje v Chevron Corporation: Comments on this decision which were originally published on the Ontario Bar Association’s Aboriginal Law Section website here.
Here is to plenty of more writing in 2019!