Please see the following links regarding COVID-19 and courtroom procedures from the Ontario Court of Justice and the Superior Court of Justice:
Save the date and please join us for the FLA’s Annual General Meeting!
This year, our Annual General Meeting is taking place at 6:00 PM on November 27th, 2019at the Arts and Letters Club, located at 14 Elm Street, Toronto, Ontario.
Please join us to learn about what your association has been involved in over the past year and our plans for the future!
The Election of the Board of Directors will take place at the AGM. Please consider becoming a member of the Board! If you are interested in running for election, please fill out the Nomination Form below, include a short bio, and send to by November 17th, 2019.
2019-2020 Board Nomination Form
2019-2020 Officer Nomination Form
If you would like more information, please get in touch!
Please click here to view the flyer.
Please join us for the
The evening includes dinner, drinks, entertainment, and plenty of amazing surprises!
We are please to have the Honourable George Czutrin, Senior Judge of the Family Court, Superior Court of Justice, as our Keynote Speaker.
When: Thursday October 24, 2019 from 6:00 PM to 11:00 PM
Where: Midtown Event Theatre (2492 Yonge Street)
Ticket Price: $100.00
Please click here to see the poster!
The deadline to purchase tickets for the FLA’s 25th Anniversary Gala is October 21st, 2019. Get your tickets while you still can!
Unlike many of our past events, tickets for the event cannot be purchased in at the door. Please be sure to get your tickets in advance!
The Family Lawyers Association is deeply concerned with the Ontario Government’s plan to cut funding to Legal Aid Ontario by over 30 per cent.
The FLA was founded 25 years ago in response to the legal aid funding crisis of the mid-1990s. Accordingly, the focus of the FLA has always been to work towards improving Legal Aid Ontario and protecting the rights of the most vulnerable low-income Ontarians. The FLA believes that all individuals involved in our family justice system should have easy access together with competent legal representation when dealing with the important issues affecting themselves and their families. Without adequate funding for LAO, the most vulnerable unrepresented litigants will be left to navigate the legal system on their own. The FLA is also gravely concerned with the Ontario Government’s position to no longer fund refugee and immigration law services.
We urge the Attorney General to reconsider and redress the substantial cuts to LAO’s funding.
Please see full statement and contact here.
Please also see the flyer for the upcoming Town Hall Meeting.
Click here to download a copy of the FLA’s Submissions on the Motherisk Hair Analysis Independent Review.
Click here to download a copy of the FLA’s Supplementary Submissions on the Motherisk Hair Analysis Independent Review.