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On January 1, 1995, LAWPRO - or LPIC as it was then called - was little more than a Law Society of Upper Canada mandate, a collection of ideas and "to do" lists, and a handful of people working to build a new insurance company from scratch and in record time.

Now LAWPRO is a successful, solid insurance company cited for its principled claims management, proactive risk management and innovative approaches to technology for the legal profession.

We've grown from a single line, regional insurer to a multi-line insurance organization that operates nationally, serving lawyers' insurance needs through malpractice insurance (including an excess insurance program) and title insurance.

In 2002, we made our commitment to professionalism very public, changing the LPIC acronym to LAWPRO. The years since have seen a succession of innovations and new initiatives which also speak to our other values of innovation, service, integrity and leadership.

Key to our ability to evolve - and to meet the evolving needs of our insureds - have been our employees. Their expertise, experience and commitment ensure we live the "PRO" in LAWPRO each and every day.


In this special publication, we look at the many ways in which LAWPRO - and its TitlePLUS and practicePRO programs - have made and continue to make a difference for the legal profession as seen through the prism of our vision, mission and values statements.
Key DatesMore

January 31, 2018
Real estate and civil litigation transaction levies and forms are due for the quarter ended December 31, 2017.

February 6, 2018
Lump sum payment of 2018 premium by cheque or pre-authorized bank account withdrawal received on or before this date are eligible for a $50 (per lawyer) early payment discount on the 2018 policy premium (see the 2018 Program Guide for details).


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