Interim Staff: On April 11, Sharon Nicklas, Chief Justice of the Ontario Court of Justice, issued a directive requiring all lawyers and parties in court provide their preferred pronouns at the beginning of “any in-person, virtual or hybrid hearings, when lawyers are introducing themselves, their client, a witness or another individual.” Lawyers have been told to provide the judge or justice of […]

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