LSUC adopts New Protocol for French-Language Complaints

Posted on: October 22nd, 2014 by Suzanne Deliscar Add A Comment

The Law Society of Upper Canada’s a new protocol on complaints made to Ontario’s French Language Services Commissioner relating to the provision of services by the provincial regulator for lawyers is a step in the right direction, says Orangeville lawyer-linguist Suzanne Deliscar.
She applauds both the law society and the commissioner’s office for moving forward with a protocol that will ultimately improve access to LSUC’s French-language services in Ontario.

“I think it’s fantastic – it just goes to show there are still challenges when it comes to dealing with French-language issues and the law society has taken steps to deal with them,” she tells AdvocateDaily.com.
“Rather than play the blame game, this is a collaborative approach with the commissioner’s office to solve the issue.”
– See more at: http://advocatedaily.com/2014/10/lsuc-adopts-new-protocol-for-french-language-complaints/

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