I hope that Mr. Truscott and his family will now have the opportunity to move forward with their lives$6.5M awarded for wrongful conviction Jul 07, 2008
We believe that there is a significant link between the underfunding of defense counsel and the current inefficiency of the criminal justice systemLaw profs say Ontario legal aid weak Jun 29, 2009
We saw a dramatically higher upswing than we have ever seen beforeCitizenship applications up Jun 09, 2006
We're constantly looking to add individuals; to add the best and the brightestWar creates jobs for new graduates May 05, 2004
By and large, the issues addressed have already been resolved. We actually took the system down for 15 minutes and addressed themSystem to track foreign students bashed Mar 26, 2003
Christopher "Chris" Bentley is a politician in Ontario, Canada. He is currently a member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, and is the province's Attorney General in the Liberal government of Premier Dalton McGuinty.
Bentley received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario, and obtained a law degree from the University of Toronto in 1979. Two years later, he obtained a Master's degree from Cambridge University in England. Bentley has practiced criminal and labour law, with the firm of Bentley & LeRoy LLP. In 1985, he was a founder and first chairperson of Neighbourhood Legal Services London & Middlesex, a legal clinic intended to assist low-income clients.
Since 1992, Bentley has worked as a part-time professor at Western. He helped establish the university's Law School Careers Office, and has lectured at various continuing education courses. In 2000, he published a book entitled Criminal practice manual: A practical guide to handling criminal cases.