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SkiMax Tickets 2017/2018

Posted By Administration, 8 hours ago

Might still seem like summer but the time to hit the slopes will be here before you know it! The Rotary Club is again selling discounted Tremblant tickets. Please click on the following link for details on pricing and dates.


 Attached Files:
SkiMax2017.pdf (74.47 KB)

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Real Estate Law Lawyer

Posted By Administration, September 20, 2017

Permanent Position 

Nelligan O’Brien Payne, a multi-service law firm, has an immediate need for a lawyer with three to five years’ real estate transaction and related experience. The candidate we seek must be interested and willing to work in a team environment, and must possess strong legal writing, communications and marketing skills. A thorough knowledge of residential real estate is required. Some experience with commercial real estate, related planning and development issues would be an asset. 

A collegial work environment, a serious commitment to the professional development of its lawyers and an opportunity to work with a proud team of real estate lawyers are just a few of the benefits this position has to offer. 

Qualified candidates are invited to submit their resume in strict confidence to: 

Nelligan O’Brien Payne LLP
Suite 300, 50 O’Connor Street
Ottawa, ON   K1P 6L2
Attention: Caroline Choquette CHRL

Tags:  Employment 


Rockable Hours - Legal Charity Concert for the Ottawa Food Bank

Posted By Administration, September 20, 2017
Join us for an evening of live music on Friday, September 29 in support of the Ottawa Food Bank! 

Rockable Hours is a charity concert featuring bands made up of lawyers from the law firm Gowling WLG, the Department of Justice and law students from the University of Ottawa law school. 

More information on the event and the bands is available on our website at:

Tickets are $20 at the door, but can be purchased online in advance for $15 on our website.

All the proceeds from ticket sales and donations will go directly to the Ottawa Food Bank!

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The Mindful Lawyer – Ethics and Mindfulness in the Practice of Law

Posted By Administration, September 19, 2017

This workshop has been accredited by the Law Society for 3.5 hrs of Professionalism CPD credit.

November 9, 2017 – 9:00 am – 3:30 pm - 1505 Carling Avenue, Ottawa K1Z 7L9

Facilitators: David Jewitt LLB, Partner, Jewitt Mcluckie & Associates LLP; Craig Mackie, MA, MSW, RSW, Owner, Essential Change 

To Register Contact: OR

Course Fee: $200.00 plus HST

This unique workshop has been accredited by the Law Society for 3.5 hours of Professionalism Credit. This workshop will provide participants with an introduction to Mindfulness Practices for lawyers and will provide all of the mandatory LSUC “Professionalism” CPD requirements for 2017.

Professional Dilemmas with Ethics: Lawyers are held to the highest of ethical standards and are required to resolve ethical dilemmas daily while in the midst of intense adversarial battles. The practice of law requires a fine awareness of our inner personal values and a deep understanding of how the Professional Code of Conduct creates rules of practice and enduring value and respect for the Profession. In this experiential workshop Participants will be offered:

  1. A deeper understanding of how the Professional Code of Conduct applies to their practice;
  2.  What personal motivations are central to their practice;
  3.  What values they need in order to strengthen their practice and navigate ethical dilemmas.
  4.  Specific Mindfulness practices and techniques to increase the “mindfulness pause” before taking action.
  5.  A copy of the 16 Ethical Guidelines by Alison Murdoch and Deyki-Lee Oldershaw which contains practical exercises to assist in the cultivation of mindful ethical behaviour will be included with the material.

Participants will examine personal and professional ethical scenarios to understand how the 16 Guidelines can be applied with the Rules of Professional Conduct. Basic ethical values such as Honesty; Respect, Confidentiality; Kindness; Generosity; Right Speech; Humility and Patience will be explored in conjunction with the Professional Code of Conduct Rules 3.1 – Competence, Dishonesty, 3.7 – Withdrawal, 3.2.2 - Honesty and Candour, 3.3 - Confidentiality, 3.2.2 - Honesty, 3.4 – Disclosure of Conflict 5.0 - Relationships with Colleagues, and 6.3 – Discrimination.

This workshop is designed to assist lawyers in making the connection between their own inner emotional and mental states and the ethical actions that follow in their day to day practice. Participants will be introduced to the experiential practice of Mindfulness/Meditation and the Ethical Principles outlined in the 16 Guidelines as they relate to the LSUC Professional Code of Conduct.

Mindfulness: Mindfulness allows us to pause between stimulus and response in order to respond most skillfully. It trains our attention, intention and attitude that can influence every situation we encounter (Shapiro,2006). From the Foundation for Developing Compassion and Wisdom (UK); “Training in mindfulness is a conscious & directed way of shaping our neural networks according to our intentions.” With this in mind, in order to heighten a lawyers’ ability to respond ethically across all practice settings, training in mindfulness can help increase ethical decision making. Mindfulness practices will be taught to assist the participants in transforming future personal and professional ethical dilemmas into opportunities for ethical action.

16 Guidelines as a Mindful Ethical Framework: Participants will be presented with a possible framework to understand ethical conduct through a system of applied ethics called the 16 Guidelines (

The 16 Guidelines are used to teach applied ethics in multiple settings. They focus on the ethics of Thought, Action, Relationship and Meaning Creation at all levels of corporate, personal and organizational culture. Each of these areas has a set of virtues or practices which will be explored in the workshop.


David Jewitt, LLB, Partner, Jewitt Mcluckie & Associates LLP

After ten years of practice at a large Ottawa law firm, David established his own law firm in 1991 specializing in labour and employment law and human rights on behalf of employees and unions. David can be found on the Best Lawyers in Canada list for his expertise in the practice area of Labour and Employment Law. David also has a passion for yoga and meditation of all types having studied extensively with senior yoga teachers throughout North America and in India. He has visited Tibet and studied with senior Tibetan Lamas on various Tibetan meditation techniques.

Craig Mackie, MA, MSW, RSW, Owner, Essential Change

Craig is a consultant, mindfulness teacher and owns a clinical private practice in Ottawa. He has taught mindfulness with clinical populations since 2008 and currently teaches at the University of Toronto Applied Mindfulness Meditation Certificate program. He is an international instructor for the Foundation for Developing Compassion and Wisdom (UK) and certified in symptom and stress management models of mindfulness as well as Transformative Mindfulness and the 16 Guidelines which is an ethical practice. Craig combines his knowledge of philosophy with a very practical approach to help individuals and organizations reach their fullest potential.

Tags:  CPD 


Continuing Education Offerings in Negotiation Skills and Mediation Skills

Posted By Administration, September 18, 2017

The Mediation Centre of Southeastern Ontario (MCSO) this Fall commences its seventeenth of offering its 20-hour interactive Courses in Workshop format on “Dispute and Conflict Resolution and Negotiation Skills” and “Skills Development for the Mediator and Conflict Resolution Practitioner”, leading to the standard 40-hour qualifying certificate in the field, our Certificate on Alternative Dispute and Conflict Resolution. Most sessions are held at the Donald Gordon Conference Centre, Queen’s University. See

The Registration Fee includes materials, full noon meals and morning and afternoon refreshments each day. Participation qualifies for Continuing Educational Credits pursuant to the CPD Requirement of the Law Society of Upper Canada.

CONFLICT AND DISPUTE RESOLUTION SKILLS – Wed., Oct. 18 (from 1:00 p.m., and Evening) -- Fri., Oct. 20/17
Introduction to Conflict Theory and Management (Sources, Elements, Stages & Levels of Conflict; Conflict Styles; Power, Rights, Interests & Conflict); Conflict Resolution Theory; Basics of Communication; the Dispute Resolution Process; ‘Principled’ Interest Based Negotiation. On Day Three, Choice of Electives:- Level Two Conflict and Dispute Resolution Applications (Aspects of Conflict Engagement – Conflict Coaching, Executive Conflict Coaching, Appreciative Enquiry; Understanding Attribution Theory and its Correlation to Conflict; The Restorative Practices Model for Intervention; Clinic on Multi-Party Facilitation); or Full Day Program on Elder Mediation. Instructors, Days One & Two:- Sandra Howgate, Mediator; Judy Tetlow, Conflict Resolution Practitioner; Ronald Price, Q.C..

Learn Mediation Concepts and Techniques, with experienced Coaches for Mediation Skills Training. On Day Three, choice of electives:- participation in sessions of Programs on Negotiation Skills or Conflict Resolution in the Workplace on November 5. Instructors, Days One & Two:- John Curtis; Mediator; Sandra Howgate, Mediator; Ronald Price, Q.C. ; MCSO Team of Mediation Coaches

MEDIATION SKILLS Fri., Nov. 3 – Sat., Nov. 4/17
For persons interested in essential Mediation Skills training, and who are not currently seeking to acquire the qualifying 40-hour Certificate (see below), registrations are accepted for Days One & Two separately, the registration being designated as for the Course in Mediation Skills.



A one-day Program also available as Day Three of the Course on Conflict and Dispute Resolution Skills. See Outline for Course on “Conflict and Dispute Resolution Skills”, and posting for Elder Mediation and Advocacy (EMA) Group on the Mediation Centre’s web site. Coordinators/Instructors:- Deb Wood & Moira Moore, MCSO EMA Group.

A one-day Program also available as Day Three of the Course on Conflict and Dispute Resolution Skills:- Panel on Conflict Resolution Practitioner Skills (Aspects of Conflict Engagement – Conflict Coaching, Executive Conflict Coaching, Appreciative Enquiry; Understanding Attribution Theory and Its Correlation to Conflict; The Restorative Practice Model for Intervention). Clinic on Multi-Party Facilitation.
Instructors:- Kimberly Bain, CPF, Q.Med.; Paula Heinemann, Q.Med., MBA; Judy Tetlow, Conflict Resolution Practitioner; Meaghan Welfare, Director, MW Conflict Engagement Inc.

Having the ability to respectfully engage in difficult discussions is essential to workplace success and elsewhere. Yet having difficult discussions can be one of the most stressful things we must do. This workshop will equip you with the knowledge and skills that will give you the confidence and capability to engage in difficult discussions and effectively address conflict. Instructors: John Curtis, Mediator; Neil Donnelly, Q. Med.; Meaghan Welfare; Director, MW Conflict Engagement Inc.

NEGOTIATION SKILLS Sunday, November 5/17
A one-day Program also available as Day Three of the Course on Skills Development for the Mediator and Conflict Resolution Practitioner. Session Titles:- Structural Foundations for the Negotiation Process; Building Relationships at the Table. Instructors:- Neil Donnelly, Q. Med.;Kevan Flood, Senior Government of Canada Negotiator, retired.

A one-day Conference/Workshop, also available as Day Three of the Course on Skills Development for the Mediator and Conflict Resolution Practitioner. Reference:- See posting for Workplace Conflict Resolution Group on the Mediation Centre’s web site. Instructors:- Kimberly Bain, CPF, Q. Med.; John Curtis, Mediator; Neil Donnelly, Q. Med; Meaghan Welfare, Director, MW Conflict Engagement Inc.

From time to time, the Mediation Centre has offered a three-day “Advanced Certificate Mediation Training” Course. The limited enrolment Course, for those who have already completed Mediation Training, has been designed to the specifications for the 5-day, 40 hours of “Specialized Mediation and Related Training” outlined as a requirement for the Qualified Mediator (Q. Med.) designation by the ADR Institute of Canada. One can also qualify for the Advanced Certificate by putting together a three-day Program comprising an approved mix of one-day MCSO Courses taken individually..

For more information, including detailed descriptions for all Mediation Centre Courses, Professional Profiles of Instructors, and Registration Forms, please consult the Centre’s web site, or contact us by telephone at 1.613.546.6334.

Tags:  CPD 


November 1 REACH Annual Auction

Posted By Administration, September 18, 2017

37th Annual REACH Auction November 1. Early bird special price only until September 29. Emcees Lawrence Greenspon & James Foord will be joined by guest auctioneer Jock Climie, TSN Analyst and former CFL Player. Come and bid on Grey Cup tickets, hockey and NAC tickets, dinners at Embassies, restaurant certificates and much more! All in support of a local non profit and self funded organization helping people with disabilities navigate and obtain legal services thanks to our roster of pro bono lawyers.

The REACH auction relies heavily on ticket sales, auction items and in-kind support from generous local businesses.Early bird tickets available now for only $99 with $60 charitable receipt; $125 after September 29,and Corporate tables of 8 available $1300. Please join us by registering at

Tags:  Community 


Litigation Clerk

Posted By Administration, September 18, 2017

Gibsons LLP is looking for a motivated litigation clerk to join our team. The successful candidate will be able to prepare a variety of legal documents for submission to the Federal Court of Appeal, Federal Court of Canada, Tax Court of Canada, Canadian International Trade Tribunal and Ontario Superior Court of Justice.


  • identifying deadlines and limitation periods for legal procedures before the ‎Federal Court of Appeal, Federal Court of Canada, Tax Court of Canada, Canadian International Trade Tribunal and Ontario Superior Court of Justice;
  • preparing legal documents including affidavits, trial briefs, motion records, subpoenas, minutes of settlement, bills of cost notarial copies and directions;‎ and
  • participate in discussions with counsel on file strategy and procedural steps.

The ideal candidate will have the following qualification and experience:

  • a diploma from a recognized law clerk program may be helpful, but not required; and
  • at least seven (7) years of relevant experience.

Knowledge and skills:

  • excellent verbal and written communication skills in English;
  • fluency in French would be an asset;
  • an ability to independently organize and prioritize work in order to ensure deadlines are met;
  • attention to detail and accuracy;
  • an ability to interact with clients and promote a client-centered approach;
  • ability to produce a high quality work-product, at times under tight timelines;
  • ability to take instructions, manage workload and independently conduct follow-up; and
  • ability to work within a team.

The position is conveniently located in the down town core near transit and many other amenities, and is located in Class "A” office space.  Overtime is not required.  Interested candidates should send their credentials and salary expectations, in confidence, to Ms. Kathy Marcille, Office Manager at

Tags:  Employment 


Litigation & Family Law Assistant Employment Opportunity

Posted By Administration, September 15, 2017

Maternity leave position available at McGuinty Law Offices, commencing November 1st 2017.

The ideal candidate should have a minimum of +3 years working as a litigation and/or family law clerk or legal assistant. Excellent organizational, verbal and written communication skills are essential. Must be able to work independently with minimal supervision, manage multiple tasks for two lawyers practising family law and general litigation.

The required knowledge/duties are as follows:

  • Knowledge of and experience with the Rules of Civil Procedure and Court Forms.
  • Knowledge of and experience with Family Law Rules, Forms, and Divorcemate.
  • Knowledge of and experience with legal accounting software such as Easylaw, PC Law or other related legal accounting software programs.

Salary will be commensurate with experience. Group health benefits are available.

Please apply in confidence with your resume to and

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JNF Ottawa Negev Dinner honouring Lawrence Greenspon

Posted By Administration, September 15, 2017
November 6, 2017

Please join us at the 2017 JNF Ottawa Negev Dinner honouring Lawrence Greenspon for his outstanding community record of philanthropy, volunteerism & active support of Israel on Nov 6th, 2017 at the Infinity Centre!

Lawrence’s chosen project, ALEH Israel- Negev Campus, both aligns with his passion to care for youth with disabilities and also showcases Israel's unique "start up" culture in health care. Our keynote, Major General (Res.) Doron Almog, is both a founder of ALEH-Negev and one of the Israel Prize winners for his outstanding contribution to Israel and globally through the award-winning ALEH. In doing so, we will be raising funds for a cause that is near and dear to Lawrence. Founded in 1982 by parents who were seeking the best care and opportunities for a child with severe autism, ALEH believes that all individuals, regardless of the severity of their physical or cognitive disabilities, have the right to benefit from the best available care to reach their full potential. Today, ALEH provides care for 700 children of all faiths – Jewish, Christian, Muslim, Druze – in state-of-the art therapeutic facilities in Israel. Without ALEH, many of these children would be forced to spend their lives in hospitals, with no opportunities for rehabilitation, education, social interaction and the love and warmth of a home.
For more information, contact JNF Ottawa at 613-798-2411 or Pat Santini.

Tags:  Community 


Mann Lawyers LLP is on the move and is recruiting!

Posted By Administration, September 15, 2017

As of Monday, September 25, our offices will be located at 11 Holland Avenue, Suite 300, Ottawa K1Y 4S1. Phone and facsimile numbers have not changed. We look forward to welcoming you to our new space.

If you are a lawyer with 4 - 7 years' experience in Commercial Litigation, Real Estate and/or Wills and Estates and are interested in joining us in our new offices, we'd love to hear from you. If you want to join a growing firm that has a supportive, friendly and dynamic work environment, excellent reputation for providing outstanding service and strong involvement in the community, please e-mail your resume in confidence to Sandra MacLeod at For additional information regarding Mann Lawyers, please visit our website.

Tags:  Community  Employment 


66 Lisgar - Renovated Heritage Office Building steps from the Courthouse and City Hall

Posted By Administration, September 14, 2017

Unique stand-alone office building directly across from City Hall and steps from the Courthouse and Elgin Street. This building has historically been used as law firm offices, and has recently been extensively renovated to provide a compelling mix of old and new.

LEASABLE AREA: 5,937 sf (4,244 sf above grade and 1,693 sf below grade)

BASIC RENT: Negotiable

ADDITIONAL RENT: $15.00 psf (2017 estimate)

PARKING: 10 on-site parking spaces

OCCUPANCY: Immediate

Please contact Ken Jennings at or (613) 226-9902 x600 for further details.

Link with pictures and virtual tour

Tags:  Office Space 


Celebration Invitation - Justice Cheryl Robertson

Posted By Administration, September 14, 2017

Please see the attached document for an invitation to a celebration dinner for Justice Cheryl Robertson on Thursday, October 5, 2017 in Kingston.

 Attached Files:
Invitation.pdf (224.93 KB)

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Office Space Available

Posted By Administration, September 14, 2017

Office space available to share with established legal firm at 150 Isabella Street, Ottawa, ON with space for assistants. Reply to

Tags:  Office Space 


Associate Lawyer position

Posted By Administration, September 13, 2017

Beament Hebert Nicholson is growing and is seeking a lawyer with 5 to 10 years’ experience in motor vehicle litigation for their busy personal injury litigation practice. Send resumes to

Tags:  Employment 


Cavanagh LLP - Employment Opportunity - Lawyer

Posted By Administration, September 12, 2017

We are an Ottawa-based civil litigation boutique with offices in Westboro.

We have four amazing associates and we would like to have a fifth.

Our AA#5 will work closely with Steve Cavanagh, Susanne Sviergula, Allison Klymyshyn and Jill Alexander, primarily in the areas of insurance defence and professional liability. 

This is a position for a lawyer with 2-5 years’ experience.

The following qualifications are preferred: 

  • Some experience in our areas of practice;
  • Bilingualism is highly desirable; and
  • A comfort level with computers and specialized software.

Excellent written and oral communications skills and an inability to take oneself too seriously are essential job requirements.

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package.

We strongly encourage and support participation in continuing professional development and in the local legal community. 

Candidates will be considered as their applications are received. Please send your application to Rachel Robert, Director of Human Resources & Administration at as soon as possible and no later than October 13, 2017.

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Employment Opportunity – Family Law Lawyer

Posted By Administration, September 11, 2017

CORISTINE LAW OFFICE has an opening for a family law lawyer.

The successful candidate will demonstrate effective communication skills and initiative.  He/she will meet with clients, prepare opinion letters and other correspondence, draft agreements, briefs, and court documents, attend four-way meetings, mediation and court, and attend to all aspects of each file.        

Remuneration is commensurate with small firms in Ottawa, while also offering merit based bonuses. 


  • A minimum of two years of experience in Family Law
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Self-starter

If you are interested in working in a team based environment and meet the minimum qualifications, we would welcome you to apply in strict confidence to:


370 Churchill Avenue North, Suite 202

Ottawa, ON  K1Z 5C2


Application deadline: October 13, 2017

While we appreciate all applications received, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Tags:  Employment 


Judicial Vacancy – St. Thomas (Family/Criminal Law)

Posted By Administration, September 8, 2017

Please see the document below in regard to a judicial vacancy in St. Thomas.

 Attached Files:

Tags:  Employment 


Santini Gallery: Seasons, A Special Guest Exhibit

Posted By Administration, September 7, 2017

SANTINI GALLERY presents Seasons, A Special Guest Exhibit, in partnership with Caza Saikaley SRL/LLP. Featuring artwork by renowned Canadian artist Fernand Labelle, explore scenes of our ever changing landscape. 

On display September 14th -30th. Visit to view full collection. 

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Moneyball for Lawyers

Posted By Administration, September 7, 2017

“Moneyball for Lawyers”: What Risks and Opportunities do Legal Analytics Pose for the Legal Profession?

Joint Cavanagh LLP Professionalism and the Centre for Law, Technology and Society Speaker Series


Mona Datt
Loom Analytics

Colin LaChance

Anthony Niblett
Blue J Legal

Tuesday, September 26, 2017
11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
University of Ottawa, Fauteux Hall 
57 Louis-Pasteur Street, Room 302

Lunch is included. All are welcome to attend. This program contains 1.5 Professionalism Hours.

This organization has been approved as an Accredited Provider of Professionalism Content by the Law Society of Upper Canada.

*Photos may be taken at this event and it may be recorded for use on Faculty of Law websites/publications.

Tags:  CPD 


The John P. Nelligan Award for Excellence in Advocacy – Call for Nominations

Posted By Administration, September 7, 2017

Nomination Deadline: October 13, 2017

The John P. Nelligan Award for Excellence in Advocacy was established in 2016 to celebrate and acknowledge the outstanding contributions of John P. Nelligan, Q.C., LSM, a long-time member and the first Ottawa President of The Advocates’ Society.

Throughout his career, John Nelligan has exemplified excellence and an unwavering commitment to advocacy. He has held numerous leadership positions in the legal community, and for decades has been a committed mentor and teacher of advocacy.

This annual award is presented to an advocate who exemplifies excellence in advocacy and meets the following criteria:

  • Practices advocacy in Ottawa or the surrounding region;
  • Has clearly demonstrated distinction as counsel, having made a significant contribution to the profession of law and to the well-being of the community at large;
  • Has been a dedicated and active member of The Advocates’ Society; and 
  • Is a current member of The Advocates’ Society and in good standing with the Law Society of Upper Canada.

Nomination packages should include the nominee’s curriculum vitae and a statement of how the nominee meets the criteria for the award. Nominations will be accepted until Friday, October 13, 2017 and the award will be presented at a dinner in Spring 2018.

Please send nominations in electronic format to Rachel Stewart | Email: | Tel: 1-888-597-0243 Ext. 114

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Estate of Francis (Frank) R. Henderson

Posted By Administration, September 7, 2017


Anyone having knowledge of a Will of the late Francis (Frank) R. Henderson of the City of Ottawa, in the Province of Ontario, who died on September 3, 2017, is requested to contact Anthony P. McGlynn at 1400-340 Albert Street, Ottawa, ON K1R 0A5, Tel: 613.566.2816; Fax: 613-238-8775; email:

Tags:  Wills & Estates 


Now Open at World Exchange Plaza

Posted By Administration, September 7, 2017

ASAP Reporting Services and Arbitration Place Ottawa have opened new state-of-the-art facilities in the World Exchange Plaza – for discoveries, other out-of-court examinations, and arbitrations.

  • Over 7,500 sq. ft. of spacious and comfortable purpose-built rooms for out-of-court examinations and hearings, equipped with soundproofed walls and Herman Miller chairs
  • 2 large hearing rooms (with built-in interpreter booth), 5 examination/hearing rooms, breakout rooms, and arbitrator offices
  • Real-time transcription, with quality transcripts
  • Our hallmark all-encompassing concierge service – we help with anything you need
  • Full on-site kitchen serving tasty and healthy breakfasts, lunches, snacks, and beverages
  • Simultaneous translation, videoconferencing, and tech services
  • Fast and reliable internet
  • Competitive pricing

We are in the heart of downtown Ottawa, with a variety of shops and services conveniently located downstairs in the World Exchange Plaza, and the new Transitway line right outside.

ASAP Reporting is based out of the facilities of Arbitration Place, which operates world-class hearing and examination centres in Toronto and Ottawa. Book your next examination or arbitration at Arbitration Place Ottawa, and leave the rest to us.

Arbitration Place Ottawa 
World Exchange Plaza 
100 Queen Street, Suite 940
T: 613.564.2727

Tags:  Services 


Career Opportunity – Litigation Lawyer – Perley-Robertson, Hill & McDougall LLP/s.r.l.

Posted By Administration, September 6, 2017

Perley-Robertson, Hill & McDougall LLP/s.r.l. has provided effective, innovative legal solutions to Canadian and international clients on a broad range of legal issues since 1971.  Our commitment to legal excellence has helped us become one of the largest independent law firms in Canada’s National Capital Region. Due to growth and diversity, our Litigation Law Department is recruiting for a lawyer with up to three years of experience to join its dynamic team. Lawyers called to the bar in 2017 will be considered.

The ideal candidate will possess a commitment to high practice standards and exceptional client service. This position will appeal to someone with strong interpersonal and communication skills who is looking to build a solid practice within a supportive environment. Bilingualism would be considered an asset. 

If you are keen to take your practice to the next level, please submit your cover letter, resume and transcripts by e-mail to The application deadline is September 30, 2017.

Tags:  Employment 


Johnston Family Law - New Lawyer, Westboro Office

Posted By Administration, September 6, 2017


Johnston Family Law – New Lawyer,  Westboro Office!

Johnston Family Law is excited to welcome Tina Garbas-Tyrrell to our firm, located in Westboro Village, Ottawa, Ontario.

Tina graduated from Queen’s University in 2008 and spent the first nine years of her legal career with a mid-sized full-service law firm in Ottawa. Following her call to the bar in 2009, Tina practiced exclusively in the area of Family Law.  She transitioned her practice to Wills and Estates in 2013.

Tina assists clients in the areas of estate planning (preparation of wills and powers of attorney for both property and personal care), estate administration, and guardianship applications.  Her practice is one that focuses on respect, for both her clients and her profession. She works with her clients to meet their legal needs in a compassionate, practical, and cost-effective manner.   

Johnston Family Law is a growing law firm with our office located in the heart of Westboro Village. Our principal practice areas include all aspects of Family Law,  and now, Wills and Estate Planning.

Tags:  Community 


Estate of Marie Jeanne Taillefer (also known as Joan Taillefer)

Posted By Administration, September 6, 2017


Anyone having knowledge of a Will of Marie Jeanne Taillefer, late of Ottawa, Ontario, who died on July 18, 2017, is requested to contact Harold Feder, Brazeau Seller Law, 700-100 Queen Street, Ottawa, Ontario, K1P 1J9, T: 613-237-4000, F: 613-237-4001, E:

Tags:  Wills & Estates 

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