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Author name: Vladimir Reznik

15. Let’s not settle for “good”, when we are capable of excellence

As I launched my campaign two months ago, I promised to release at least one weekly update.  Every Thursday and a few times in between I have released my videos where I introduced myself and reflected with you on issues that are important in this election. Today is the last Thursday before voting begins next …

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13. Costs of Justice.

https://youtu.be/IbC6wr66u58 With this video, I continue my reflection on strengthening public confidence in tribunal justice within our own self-governance. I have looked very closely at the available Law Society Tribunal records and annual reports as well as the Tribunal Committee reports.  And in the previous video, I have already identified not only major transparency gaps, …

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12. Tribunal Justice for Paralegals… another crisis?

https://youtu.be/ocyDZPV7LfY With this video, I continue to reach out to you, introduce my platform, and reflect with you on matters that are important in this election. In the fiscal policy videos, I discussed the need to reform paralegal fees across the board and even further to ease the burdens and financial inequities faced by certain …

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11. Fiscal Policies: Balancing fiscal restraint with fiscal equity

11. Fiscal Policies Part TWO. Balancing fiscal restraint with fiscal equity

https://youtu.be/5sGEKRfNVkc In my previous video, I started a conversation on fiscal equity.  Fiscal equity requires recognizing barriers to providing legal services as barriers to access to justice.  And equity requires alleviating those barriers through inclusion-based measures.  I believe that current levels of paralegal fees are inequitable across the board.  But they especially and disproportionately affect …

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Fiscal Policies Part ONE: Equitably reforming fee structure

10. Fiscal Policies. Equitably reforming fee structure

https://youtu.be/KmCILGsB6zE Over the course of the past several videos, I addressed the subject of expansion of paralegal competence, and I addressed the issues of expansion of scope exhaustively from many different angles.  But public interest isn’t only served through raising competence and expansion of paralegal scope.  Public interest is also served by ensuring efficient and …

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8. Ontario Paralegal Part ONE. Designed to fail and driven to extinction.

I am Vladimir Reznik, and I am running for paralegal bencher of the Law Society of Ontario in the 2023 election. Running on a platform of being a candidate who makes sense. In my first few videos, I addressed the subject of raising paralegal competence and expansion of paralegal scope in the interest of advancing …

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7. Becoming a Bencher should be about who you are, not who you know

I am Vladimir Reznik, and I am running for paralegal bencher of the Law Society of Ontario in the 2023 election. Running on an independent platform of being a candidate who makes sense. I continue to make these videos… without fancy backgrounds, without expensive videographers or make-up artists, without professional lights and sound technologies.  Just my …

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