Justice Michael Tulloch has been appointed as a judge of the Ontario Court of Appeal. He is the first black lawyer appointed to the Ontario Court of Appeal.
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Sway Magazine profiled Andrew Alleyne, the president of the Canadian Association of Black Lawyers. Alleyne reflects on his professional career and looks ahead as the head of CABL.
Andrew Alleyne, a partner in the law firm of Fasken Martineau’s Technology and Intellectual Property and Corporate Law Practice Groups, was elected as the new President of the Canadian Association of Black Lawyers in February 2011.
On Thursday, September 23, 2010, the Canadian Association of Black Lawyers honored those that achieved partnership status in Toronto at Canada’s largest corporate commercial law firms, where black lawyers have been historically the most under-represented.
The offer and sale of franchises in Ontario is subject to the Arthur Wishart Act, which became effective on January 31, 2001. The requirements under the Ontario Act are further implemented and elaborated under regulations enacted by the Minister of Consumer and Business Services (the “Regulations”).