Ontario Human Rights Commission Releases New Inquiry Report on Post-Secondary Student Mental Health Accommodations

The Ontario Human Rights Commission (Commission) has released an Inquiry Report regarding its inquiry into the systemic barriers facing post-secondary students with mental health disabilities entitled “With Learning in Mind.” Find out more about the Commission’s initiative and its impact on Colleges and Universities in this FTR Now…

Congratulations to the 2017 Hicks Morley Moot Winners

The final rounds of the annual Hicks Morley Moot were held in our Toronto offices on Friday, March 31, 2017. The event provided an opportunity for students from Ontario law schools to litigate current legal issues of significance in the areas labour and employment law. This year, teams from law schools across Ontario competed before…

Catherine Peters Discussed Accommodating Mental Health Issues on Campus on The Agenda

Hicks Morley’s Catherine Peters participated in a panel discussion titled, “Reasonable Accommodation? Necessary or Not?” on The Agenda with Steve Paikin on March 30, 2017. Catherine and her fellow panelists spoke about accommodating student mental health issues on post-secondary campuses. “Accommodation is about leveling the playing field,” Catherine explained, “not about creating unfair advantage.” View video

College Update – Second Edition

Dear Friends, Spring is just around the corner and with the changing of the season, what better time for us to welcome our second edition of College Update! Hicks Morley’s College Practice Group is pleased to periodically provide our College clients with specific information relevant to your particu­lar interests. In this edition we discuss labour…