Monthly Archives: March 2011

Endorsement for Anita Szigeti by Raoul Boulakia

I believe having a representative as committed as you have been to working for justice for the disadvantaged would be helpful in many ways. Having a perspective which balances an understanding of the practical realities of the sole/small-firm practitioner with … Continue reading

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OBA Interview of Anita

http://www.cba.org/dev/oba/en/gen/sep03/anita.aspx  

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Anita’s Election Platform

Dear Colleague, Let me start by apologizing for clogging up your in-box. I know you have been inundated with bencher candidates seeking your support. In my defence, I’ll point out that email is the environmentally friendly choice and has the … Continue reading

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Endorsement for Anita Szigeti by Mark Persaud

I am pleased to offer my support to Anita Szigeti in the upcoming Benchers’ election. Her committment to the issues affecting our profession coupled with her dedication to bring about positive changes will no doubt make her a very valuable … Continue reading

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Endorsement for Anita Szigeti by Jane Meadus

Anita Szigeti is a true champion of the underdog, and I am honoured to endorse her for bencher.  Throughout her career, Anita has fought selflessly for the most marginalized of our society, those with mental illnesses.  Throughout, her hard work and … Continue reading

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Endorsement for Anita Szigeti by James Morton

I have known Anita for over twenty years and there is no one more dedicated to the highest values of the profession. I strongly support her for Bencher.

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Endorsement for Anita Szigeti by Ruby Dhand

I am honoured to endorse Anita Szigeti’s candidacy for Law Society Bencher. I met Anita through my advocacy and research in mental health law and I have had the privilege of working for Anita in the past year. Whether in … Continue reading

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