Accessing Tribunal Files
The Law Society Tribunal keeps a copy of all hearing-related documents that are filed with us. Most of these documents are public and may be accessed by anyone.
Those interested in viewing public documents from a closed file should contact the Tribunal to request a file review.
File Review Requests
The Law Society Tribunal keeps a copy of all hearing-related documents that are filed with us. Most of these documents are public and may be accessed by anyone. For a list of what documents within a file are public, see Rule 13 of the Rules of Practice and Procedure.
Public documents from active or recently closed files can usually be accessed on-demand by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. It may take several days to scan a large file.
All public documents can be uploaded to a file-sharing service that can be accessed from any computer.
- This service costs $80 (HST included).
- Electronic file reviews can be purchased using a credit card through the LSO store, or with a cheque or money order by filling out this form and emailing it to email@example.com.
- Please allow up to ten business days for the file to be recalled from storage and scanned.
Transcripts of Tribunal hearings can be purchased from the court reporting service. (See Rule 9.8 of the Rules of Practice and Procedure.)
For hearings after January 1, 2018:
For hearings before January 1, 2018: