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The Middlesex Law Association is a non-profit organization providing services to lawyers in Middlesex County. Further information about our organization can be found on the About the Association link on this website.  If you are a lawyer who has recently moved to Middlesex County and would like to join the Association, please see the Membership link.

Practice Mgmt

5th Annual Practice Management Seminar (repeat)
Friday, February 19, 2016
1:00pm – 3:30pm
Full details on the
CPD & Events page

Courthouse Entrance Security Changes

Regular courthouse attendees will already be aware of the fact that the police are tightening security protocols for entrance. MLA Members are reminded that they should carry their MLA membership card and a piece of photo ID and show both each time they come to the courthouse to be eligible to use the bypass line and not have their belongings searched. The MLA has issued membership cards for paid-up members every year for over 10 years and all current members should have one that says 2015-2016 Membership Card. Some of you already have 2016-2017 cards so thank you for your prompt payment!

Alternatively, you can apply for a Law Society of Upper Canada Photo ID card which will be accepted at any courthouse or correctional institution in Ontario. You can access the information about this card, and the application form, here.

MLA Mentorship Program

The Middlesex Law Association has created a mentorship program to pair new members practicing less than five years with more experienced lawyers who will offer advice and guidance on matters of professional development and practice management, such as work-life balance, career planning, networking and practice tips.  Please access the links below for more information about the program and to apply to be a mentor or mentee.

Program    •    Agreement     •    Mentor Application    •    Mentee Application

The Middlesex Law Association runs the third largest county courthouse library in Ontario.  Check out the library resources to get an overview of our services and hours of operation,  search our collection, or check out our Web Wonders links to legal sites on the Internet.  If you have any questions concerning the library, please email us.