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English Sessions

Join us at the Free Information And Q&A session
We will discuss Sexual Harassment Claims at the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario.

Presented by:
Anju Fujioka,
Sexual Assault Lawyer

Wensday, April 10, 2024. 5 pm. (EST)

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Presented by Community Legal Services (CLS) and the Rights and Responsibilities Awareness Initiative (RRAI).

This virtual information session from Western Law’s Community Legal Services outlines the differences between parenting time and decision making and what rights a parent has regarding the two. Parenting time refers to time spent parenting a child but does not encompass the right to make fundamental decisions about the child’s upbringing, which is a right that comes with decision-making responsibility.

In this follow-up session, Carolynn will discuss the process following a charge. What are your obligations while a charge is outstanding and how does a criminal charge proceed through the courts to a trial or resolution? What outcomes are available? Carolynn will speak about the process involved after charges are laid and how to navigate the court system. Named as one of London’s Top 20 Under 40, Carolynn is an intelligent and effective advocate, called to the bar in Ontario in 2011 and completed a Master of Laws in 2012 at Western on Canada’s Medical Marihuana Access Regulations, while working as review counsel at Community Legal Service. In April 2013, Carolynn started her own criminal law practice and has been listed as one of London’s Top Three Rated defence lawyers since 2018.

Free information session! What happens when you call police? What grounds to police need to lay charges? What are your rights when dealing with police? In this session, Carolynn Conron will speak about these issues and answer questions you have with respect to initial police involvement and how charges are laid by police.

Presented to RRAI By: Carolynn Conron. Graduating Summa Cum Laude from McMaster with a double major in philosophy and communication studies and a minor in psychology, she attended the University of British Columbia for law school where she worked at the UBC First Nations Legal Clinic in her third year, developing a passion for criminal law practice. She returned to her hometown of London following her call to the bar in BC in 2010,