A Blog by Dean Sossin, York University, Osgoode Hall Law School
Yesterday, I attended the Opening of the Courts in what has become a welcome tradition. It is a convivial event, and a helpful opportunity to catch up with judges, lawyers, Law Society Staff, Ministry of the Attorney General officials and other assorted members of the justice community. Each year there is a recitation of the importance of public confidence in the judiciary and lamentations on the challenge of access to justice. And each year I wonder: Why do we do this?
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