Skip to Content

About Juda Strawczynski

Juda Strawczynski Juda is Director, practicePRO at LAWPRO. He manages and promotes practicePRO, LAWPRO’s innovative claims and risk management initiative, including identifying emerging claims and risk, resource creation, and outreach to the profession.

Prior to joining LAWPRO, he served as a Policy Counsel at the Law Society of Ontario, where he provided strategic counsel with respect to key issues facing the legal profession, including access to justice, professional regulation, governance and legislative issues. Prior to that, Juda practised litigation, and served as a Fellow at Physicians for Human Rights in Cambridge, MA, as President of Canadian Lawyers for International Human Rights (CLAIHR) from 2013 to 2018, and as a Director of the Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation. Juda has a Bachelor of Arts from McGill University in Humanistic Studies and International Development Studies, and a Juris Doctor from the University of Toronto.


Juda Strawczynski's Posts

What’s in a Name? Everything – Follow Court Naming Protocols To Make Sure You Can E-File Documents

civil-litigation

As Ontario Courts increasingly move towards accepting electronic filing, litigants will need to follow the prescribed document naming protocols. While you or your firm may have internal naming protocols, to file, you will need to submit using the Court’s requirements. Note that the Court may reject your filing if you do not comply with the… Read More »

Categories: Civil Litigation

Superior Court of Justice June 25th Notice to the Profession, Litigants, Accused, Media and Members of the Public

civil-litigation

On June 25th Chief Justice Morawetz issued a further Notice to the Profession regarding the phased reopening of courtrooms. The Superior Court of Justice continues to hear matters virtually, as set out in the May 13, 2020 Consolidated Notice to the Profession. In addition, the June 25th Notice advises that 56 courtrooms are expected to… Read More »

Categories: Civil Litigation

Ontario Suspension of Limitation Periods and Procedural Deadlines Extended to September 11, 2020

civil-litigation

On March 20, 2020, the provincial government, through the Lieutenant Governor in Council, made O. Reg. 73/20 under s. 7.1 of the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act (EMCPA) suspending limitation periods and procedural time periods. The suspension is retroactive to March 16, 2020. On June 5th, the provincial government made a further order continuing… Read More »

Categories: Civil Litigation, Limitations Claims

Consolidated Notice to the Profession Regarding the Operations of the Superior Court of Justice, Effective May 19, 2020

civil-litigation

On May 13th, Chief Justice Morawetz issued a Consolidated Notice to the Profession regarding the operations of the Superior Court of Justice, expanding Court operations. The Consolidated Notice is effective May 19, 2020. The Consolidated Notice consolidates previous Court Notices, supersedes notices issued between March 15, 2020 to May 5, 2020, except for the May… Read More »

Categories: Civil Litigation, Criminal Law

Work from home technology tips

The rapid shift from office settings to working from home can feel daunting. You might feel as though you need to build everything immediately. But you don’t have to buy a bunch of expensive new technologies all at once. Consider your immediate practice needs, the needs of your staff, and the needs of your clients…. Read More »

Categories: Legal Technology

Technology Products for Lawyers and Law Firms

legal-technology

Technology can help lawyers practice more effectively and efficiently. We have created this list of programs, services and apps that can assist with law office tasks, functions, and even help lawyers provide legal advice to clients. You’ll find programs listed here to assist with calendaring, document signing, note taking, social media, video conferencing and much… Read More »

Categories: Legal Technology
Back to top