Subscribe to our Daily Digest e-mail
Can Wilson-Raybould claim solicitor-client privilege over SNC-Lavalin?

Former justice minister Jody Wilson-Raybould can practice law, after all, by virtue of an honorary membership in the Law Society of Ontario. While her name does not appear in the society's public database initially consulted by CBC News, law society spokeswoman Susan Tonkin confirmed late Thursday afternoon that Wilson-Raybould was called to the Ontario bar in June 2016 under a special clause reserved for those who have served as justice minister, attorney general or solicitor general of Canada.

share

visionary sponsor advertisement

sponsor advertisement