Welcome to the Middlesex Law Association

The Middlesex Law Association is a non-profit organization in Middlesex County. We have been proudly providing support services for the local bar since 1879.

About Us

We acknowledge that we are situated on the traditional territories of the Anishinaabe, Haudenosaunee, Lunaapeewak, and Attawandaron Nations. The Peoples of these respective Nations have longstanding relationships to the lands of southwestern Ontario and the City of London. Today, there are 11 First Nation communities in southwestern Ontario, including Chippewas of the Thames First Nation, Oneida Nation of the Thames, Munsee-Delaware First Nation, Delaware Nation at Moravian, Chippewas of Caldwell First Nation, Walpole Island First Nation, Aamjiwnaang First Nation, Kettle Point First Nation, Stony Point First Nation, Six Nations of the Grand River, and Mississauga of the New Credit First Nation. In addition, there is a growing Indigenous urban population. Further, we convey that we value and have deep appreciation for the significant historical and contemporary contributions of local and regional First Nations and all of the Original peoples of Turtle Island (North America).

Superior Court Daily Docket

View today’s court list, including the case name, time, room number and reason for the court appearance. We generally post the docket by 4:30pm the day before, once we receive it from the court office. If the docket is amended, we upload the file on the morning of the day it covers.

How to Read the Docket:
Open Docket in Word. Click Enable Editing if yellow warning bar appears at top of window. Double-click on envelope and PDF links for each court to get details about your matter and connection details.

If it appears to be the docket for the wrong day, you may need to refresh the page or clear your cache and try downloading again.

Please contact the Superior Court office at 519-660-3000 if you have ANY questions about the docket. The MLA cannot answer any questions about access or content outside of what is provided above.

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MLA Newsletter: The Snail

The MLA’s newsletter, The Snail, is published 10 times per year and distributed by email to over 900 members, court offices, and law associations in the Southwest region.

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Memberships & Services

From the excellent law library to a wide range of CPD programs, social events, and mentoring opportunities, members benefit from MLA’s 140+ years of local law experience.

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We welcome lawyers and particularly New Calls to join our growing association. We offer several memberships, including Regular, New Call, Parental Leave, Retired, and Non-practicing.

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Library & Resources

The Middlesex Practice Resource Centre is open only to Law Society of Ontario lawyers, their articling students, and the judiciary. We are pleased to provide a full range of services and resources to assist you with your research.

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Services

Experienced library staff are available to answer reference questions, advise on research strategy, and provide assistance in locating and using library resources.

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Catalogue

Our extensive library catalogue is listed online and can be accessed on the desktop of our library workstations or at the link below.

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Research Links

Our selection of online resources is available to assist with your research needs. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, we’re here to help.

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Mentorships

Our mentorship program pairs 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, including work-life balance, career planning, networking, and practice tips.

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Join over 900 MLA members throughout Middlesex County.

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