Category: Speaking Engagements

Criminal Lawyers’ Association Welcomes Angela Chaisson as a Featured Speaker

Toronto lawyer Angela Chaisson is a featured speaker for the Criminal Lawyers’ Association and Lincoln County Law Association. The Criminal Lawyers’ Association invited Angela to speak about the role of women in the legal profession, and the particular challenges faced by female counsel practicing criminal defence. Angela discussed her experiences as a woman lawyer, and […]
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Angela Chaisson Guest Hosts CIUT’s Weekly Radio Show Detangled

CIUT’s Detangled invites Toronto’s litigation lawyer Angela Chaisson to guest host their weekly live radio show. Angela steps behind the microphone to interview guests on hot topics in Toronto, including Kathleen Wynne and what she means to women and LGBTQ people after her loss in Ontario’s election. She also discusses Toronto’s housing issues, and a […]
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Angela Chaisson Makes Submissions Before the Canadian Senate on Behalf of the Criminal Lawyers’ Association

The Criminal Lawyers’ Association, the voice of Ontario’s criminal lawyers retained Toronto defence lawyer Angela Chaisson to provide their submission on Bill C-66 to the Canadian Senate. Bill C-66 is designed to expunge the record of historically unjust convictions. Angela presented the Senate’s Human Rights Subcommittee with argument on why the Bill must be amended […]
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Keynote Speaker Angela Chaisson Delivers a Rousing Message to the Law Needs Feminism Because Conference

Toronto lawyer Angela Chaisson is thrilled to give the keynote address at the annual Law Needs Feminism Because forum at the University of Ottawa. Speaking before hundreds of lawyers and law students, Angela candidly discusses about her journey from an articling student to being a top litigation lawyer arguing constitutional rights cases before the Supreme […]
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Angela Chaisson Presents to The Criminal Lawyers’ Association Third Annual Women in Criminal Law Conference

Toronto lawyer Angela Chaisson presents to the Criminal Lawyers’ Association Third Annual Women in Criminal Law Conference, titled Is Justice is Blind? Breaking Barriers in Criminal Law. Angela spoke about the persistent gender pay gap in the legal profession and how it disproportionately affects equality seeking groups such as radicalized, immigrant, queer and disabled women. As a […]
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