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Law Times: “Lawyers Frustrated by Vacancies at Human Rights Tribunal”

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16 May 2019
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On May 14, 2019,  Kate Hughes’ commentary on vacancies at the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario (HRTO) was featured in the Law Times.  In the article, she discusses how vacancies at the HRTO are contributing to significant delays, and weakening human rights protections in the province.

A copy of her full commentary can be found here.

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