No More Articling?

By: Law is Cool · January 29, 2008 · Filed Under Law Career, Law School, Legal Reform · 3 Comments 

It’s possible.

This report is considering three options for the future in Ontario:

  1. The Status Quo – Continue with articling, but make it clear that the Law Society makes no guarantees that students will find employment.
  2. The Alternative – Keep articles but offer another stream for students who don’t find placements.
  3. The End – Abolish articles altogether.

See Melissa Kluger‘s commentary here.

Updates

Jordan Furlong picks up on this hot-button issue too.

He provides commentary here and here.

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