Could Technology Replace Family Lawyers and Judges?

Exploring new innovative models in family law Written on behalf of the Osgoode Hall Family Law Association  I ask myself this question regularly. Technology now delivers countless essential services. Banking is automated. Dating apps are the norm. We Uber everywhere. But our legal system is stuck in the past. When it comes to technology, Ontario …

Law & Innovation

The past few years have shown exponential growth in the influence of technology. Netflix disrupted the DVD market, Uber damaged the taxi industry, alternate finance gave goose-bumps to the Venture-Capitalists and Airbnb left its mark on the hospitality industry. Interesting developments also lie ahead of us: 3D printing is on the horizon to potentially disrupt …

How’re You Gonna Call?

JIHEE (MARIE) PARK <Staff Writer> Apart from the other news stories and the week of gloomy weather Sandy has presented us, her sweep across the continent has presented us with a unique question. In New York, residents whose power and cell phone reception went down had to rely on public pay phones