Report Ontario has voted 'no' to accrediting Trinity University Law P in Religion & Politics Posted March 24, 2017 2 hours ago, Rue said: its a tough issue, but as a lawyer believe it or not the law Society of Upper Canada does not allow me to refuse to represent a client simply because they are gay, believe in having freedom of choice in regards to when and if to have a child, having sex outside marriage. The problem is can you get Trinity law graduates to guarantee they will be neutral when serving such clients? See the Law Societies face a cold reality. If Trinity creates a private Christian law school, then soon we have a private Jewish one, then Muslim one and so on. Lawyers are not supposed to mix their personal religious beliefs with their practice of law. Its a difficult issue in maintaining an appearance of being free from conflict of interest not just actual conflict of interest. We live in a society where multiculturalism and diversity is made much of. I don't think it is right to ban a segment of society because of their religious beliefs. This is where the issue of freedom of religion and freedom of expression will be tested.