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After non whites and shit libs deemed the Upper Canada Law Society name elitist and not inclusive to "New Canadians" it will now have its name changed to appease the growing number of invaders who can't connect to our historical past. Now besides the name changing it would seem that wasn't enough as the old saying goes "give an inch and they'll take a mile". The invaders now want a complete overhaul on what should promoted and put at the forefront regarding being lawyer.

>It’s proving to be one of the most divisive topics in that profession this year, and appears to be sparking even more debate at Ontario’s legal regulator than when its board wrangled over changing the institution’s name. (The Law Society of Upper Canada will become the Law Society of Ontario on Jan. 1.)

>It’s the statement of principles.

>In September, the law society sent an email to Ontario’s nearly 60,000 lawyers and paralegals reminding them of the requirement to come up with a statement that “acknowledges (their) obligation to promote equality, diversity and inclusion generally, and in (their) behaviour towards colleagues, employees, clients and the public.”

>The statement of principles was a recommendation from the law society working group, Challenges Faced by Racialized Licensees, which spent four years looking into those challenges. All the recommendations were adopted unanimously by the law society’s board last December, with three abstentions.

>Licensees can either choose a statement template provided by the law society or come up with their own, but they must indicate on their annual report to the regulator that it’s been done.

>There has since been a flurry of open letters to the law society and op-eds in newspapers — mostly from white men — since the law society’s September email went out, decrying the statement of principles as a violation of freedom of expression.

>The requirement will be challenged at the law society’s next board meeting in December, while a law professor has gone to court seeking an injunction to stop the law society from enforcing it.


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Forgot the archive of the article in question. It also seems she works out of one jewy law firm so we can see the so called hidden hand behind this slant eyed whore.


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