June InForum: 2021 Annual Report, Welcoming our new President, Upcoming Webinar & moreContinue reading “June InForum”
Do dress codes do more harm than good?
To begin our Equity in Action blog series, we’ll discuss step one from our Six Steps to Make Your Legal Workplace more Equitable – amending your dress code. Many dress codes aren’t inclusive of hairstyles, clothing, or makeup styles of different cultures or gender identities.
Let’s review two scenarios that you or your colleagues may find yourselves in:Continue reading “Equity in Action: Amending Your Dress Code”
The Society officially announced its new leadership for the coming year at its annual meeting on June 19, 2021. Tuma Young QC, a member of Eskasoni and Malagawatch First Nation, will serve as the Society’s first Indigenous president in 2021-2022.
The Society's Annual Report, published every June, provides highlights of the past year including a message from our President and Executive Director and financial statements for the fiscal year-end (April 30). In 2020, as we adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic and in an effort to reduce our footprint, we moved to create an annual report website (nsbsannualreport.org) rather than printing a paper …
In the fall of this year (2021) the Advisory Committee on Queen’s Counsel Appointments, chaired by the Honourable Justice Cindy A. Bourgeois, will consider candidates for the next Queen’s Counsel appointments.
Are you wondering what you and your colleagues can do to make your legal workplace more equitable but you’re not sure what steps to take?Continue reading “Six Steps to Make Your Legal Workplace Equitable”