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  • Practice Management Outlook in 2015 & Beyond
  • Improve your practice! Participate in a short practice management survey for Toronto with results to be presented at a TLA Nutshell.

Part 1 - Participation in the 5 minute survey by all members is encouraged. The survey will be closing Friday, April 3. Please click on the survey for your practice size.

Solo practitioners and members with firms up to 5 lawyers

Member at firms with 6-50 lawyers

Members at firm with 51+ lawyers

Part 2 - Register for the nutshell on April 22 where Client Intel will share the results while providing insights and recommendations.
  • LSUC Bencher Candidate Meet and Greet
  • Tuesday, April 14, 2015
    5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
    Toronto Lawyers Association - Lawyers Lounge
    2nd floor, 361 University Avenue
  • Come to this informal event and meet TLA Members who are Bencher Candidates. Register here.

  • Receive a $10 Starbucks gift card when a new (paying) member tells us you referred them!

  • Let your colleagues know about our Benefits of Membership.
    • New members click here and be sure to indicate who referred you.
      Deadline for referral offer: March 31, 2015
  • Information

    A myriad of information sources are available to members of the profession. Our state-of-the-art legal Library at 361 University Ave. provides an extensive collection of printed and electronic sources of legal information. Our monthly Toronto Law Journal discusses current legal issues, by prominent authors. The TLA Newsletter, distributed quarterly, provides our members with important information on the Association and its many activities.


    The Association provides educational programs for all members of the Ontario bar, many of these programs certified by the Law Society of Upper Canada to provide CPD credit. Our Nutshell programs are designed to provide quick, current and relevant information on a variety of legal issues, featuring distinguished speakers. Our Library programs equip professional lawyers and articling students with the mechanics of legal research, including use of electronic resources.


    While involved in innumerable community activities, the Association represents our members to the Ontario bench and bar, to all levels of government and to the public at large. We participate in charitable events, liaise with other professional lawyers' associations, provide educational mock trials at local public schools and sit on committees related to legal and courthouse issues.