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Legislation - Proposed and Updated / June 2017

Posted by Peel Law Association on 4 July 2017


Bill 120, Mandatory Sexual Assault Law Training for Judicial Officers Act, 2017


As part of our ongoing goal to ensure our members are kept up-to-date in the latest news and updates in the legal community, the PLA will provide the members with a link to new or proposed legislation the PLA membership may find of interest.

If there is new or proposed legislation you think may be of interest to the PLA membership, please contact the PLA Library Staff by email with your suggestion.
 




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