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OIPRD Extends Submissions to Address Systemic Racism within Thunder Bay Police Service

The systemic review of Ontario’s police watchdog was prompted by complaints that the drowning death of Stacey Debungee in 2015, was too quickly deemed non-criminal by police. Falconers LLP lawyers, Julian Falconer and Meaghan Daniel, represent the ...

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Falconers Associate Delivers Keynote Address at Annual Black Law Students’ Conference

Falconers LLP associate, Anthony Morgan, delivered a keynote address at Black Law Students’ Association of Canada (BLSAC) Annual Gala on February 11, 2017 , following BLSAC’s 26th Annual Conference. The theme of this year’s conference wa...

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NAN Continues the Fight for Fairness in Child Welfare Services

This week, Falconers LLP lawyers, Julian Falconer, Akosua Matthews and Anthony Morgan, are in Ottawa serving as counsel for Nishnawbe Aski Nation (“NAN”) during the cross-examinations of some of Canada’s main witnesses from Health Canada and Indige...

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Trump Take This!

Lawyer, Asha James’ family from Washington D.C. visited us today for our weekly 4 o’clockers celebration at Falconers LLP!

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Black History Month 2017

Today, to kickoff Black History Month 2017, Falconers LLP Associate, Anthony Morgan will be participating in a candid discussion at the Toronto Public Library on the achievements of Toronto’s Black communities, the Black Lives Matter movement, and r...

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Public Encouraged to Continue Making Submissions to Address Systemic Racism within Thunder Bay Police Service

The systemic review of Ontario’s police watchdog was prompted by complaints that the drowning death of Stacey Debungee in 2015, was too quickly deemed non-criminal by police. Falconers LLP lawyers, Julian Falconer and Meaghan Daniel, represent the ...

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Nishnawbe Aski Nation Winter Chiefs Assembly

Today, Nishnawbe Aski Nation (“NAN”) opens its winter Assembly today in the traditional territory of Fort William First Nation at the DaVinci Centre in Thunder Bay, Ontario. Julian Falconer and Falconers LLP serve as counsel to Grand Chief Fi...

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Falconers LLP Congratulates our Newest Lawyer

  CONGRATULATIONS! We are proud to welcome Elysia Petrone-Reitberger as Counsel who, today, was called to the Bar of The Law Society of Upper Canada.  Elysia will be joining our Northern office in Thunder Bay.  Falconers LLP offers our most heartfe...

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Need for Governmental Action: Wapekeka First Nation

January 19, 2017: Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler of Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) called for a coordinated emergency response. Falconers LLP serves as counsel to Grand Chief Fiddler and NAN. This response demands the federal and provincial governments to take ...

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Happy New Year from Falconers LLP

The lawyers and staff at Falconers LLP wish you a happy, healthy, and prosperous New Year!   

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Suspension Over: Racist Facebook Posts by Thunder Bay Police Constable Rob Steudle

Today, Thunder Bay Police Chief J.P. Levesque decided Constable Rob Steudle can return to work on administrative duties, according to the Office of the Independent Review Director. On September 17, 2016 Steudle’s racist comments on Facebook that ...

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Law Society of Upper Canada Passes Groundbreaking Report on Systemic Racism in the Legal Profession

Today, the Working Together for Change: Strategies to Address Issues of Systemic Racism in the Legal Professions report, which was released by the Law Society on September 20, 2016 has passed before Convocation following a historic full day debate. This...

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