Cavalluzzo Supports Mandatory Minimum Compensation for Articling Students

Cavalluzzo lawyers urge the LSO to implement mandatory minimum compensation for articling students in Ontario

16 March 2022
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In a letter to the Law Society of Ontario, Cavalluzzo’s Managing Partners and Student Committee express their support for mandatory minimum compensation for Articling Students. All employees deserve to be paid for their work. Mandatory minimum compensation would support fairness in the licensing process and promote the rule of law and access to justice. Cavalluzzo calls on the regulator to take this opportunity to mitigate the recognized vulnerability of articling students by mandating minimum compensation.

A copy of the letter to the Law Society can be found HERE.

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