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Voting and Quebec's domicile rule

Voting and Quebec's domicile rule

The fight over Quebec's 'domicile' rule at the centre this week's voter eligibility challenge will have to wait until after the election. Read More »

Cloud computing

Cloud computing

A privacy FAQ Read More »

Fifteen years after Gladue, what progress?

Fifteen years after Gladue, what progress?

The Supreme Court of Canada judgment has not had its intended effect Read More »

The continuum of in-house counsel education

The continuum of in-house counsel education

There’s a growing continuum of learning focused on practical education that reflects the reality of being in-house counsel. Read More »

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Boutique law firms - The call to go small

Boutique law firms - The call to go small

Boutique law firms may not inherit the entire legal services market of the future. But they certainly plan to be a key part of it. Read More »

Whose duty to consult?

Whose duty to consult?

It’s being left up to resource companies to negotiate access to aboriginal land. Is government outsourcing DTC to the private sector? Read More »

Lost

Lost

How a triage system could point people seeking legal help in the right direction. Read More »

Women & leadership

Women & leadership

Interview with Deborah Epstein Henry Read More »

Your Practice

Building your niche

Building your niche

Follow your passion, work hard, and the rest should fall into place. Read More »

Play nice

Play nice

Vigorous advocates still need to keep a civil tongue Read More »

Workplace transformation

Workplace transformation

It’s 2013. Is it time to adopt the wherever, whenever approach to work? Read More »

Get out there!

Get out there!

Whether you’re meeting face-to-face or chatting online, networking helps build connections and develop new business... Read More »

Featured Blog Posts

Is CETA a bigger deal than NAFTA?

By Yves Faguy

In more ways than one. Read More »

The truth hurts

By Yves Faguy

The federal government's tough-on-crime agenda runs into another wall at the Supreme Court of Canada Read More »

Not all change is progress

By Kim Covert

Is Google Glass the next big thing for lawyers, or just a cool toy? Read More »

The Competition Act, 5 years later, Ctd

By Rodney Frank

Why it is not always clear whether two parties to an agreement are competitors under the Competition Act. Read More »