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Mind the gap

Mind the gap

Why federal plans to introduce price-gap legislation will be costly for the Competition Bureau, private business and ultimately consumers. Read More »

Prosecuting drug offences

Prosecuting drug offences

As the number of drug-related crimes prosecuted by the federal government grows, so have the number of property seizures. Read More »

The evil of climate change

The evil of climate change

What the Federal Court's ruling in Syncrude v. Canada says about our fight against climate change. Read More »

Online search and seizure

Online search and seizure

The practical fallout from the Supreme Court of Canada's Spencer ruling. Read More »

FROM THE CURRENT ISSUE

Out from the dark

Out from the dark

International investment arbitration is (slowly) becoming more transparent. Read More »

The accessibility gap

The accessibility gap

Pro bono work is a time-honored tradition in the legal profession. But is it the best way to meet the essential legal needs of people who can't afford a lawyer? Read More »

Out of Office: Destination Beijing

Out of Office: Destination Beijing

Heather Innes, in-house counsel at GM and Chair of CCCA, shares her favourite spots from Beijing. Read More »

Out of office: Films and books July-August 2014

Out of office: Films and books July-August 2014

Looking for something a little different this summer? Read on. Read More »

Your Practice

What's the rush?

What's the rush?

Why do it today when you can wait (and procrastinate) until tomorrow? Read More »

Own the podium

Own the podium

Why old-school public speaking skills still matter. Read More »

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 »

Featured Blog Posts

Canada's efforts at curbing corruption abroad

By Yves Faguy

According to Transparency International, there is plenty of room for improvement. Read More »

Learning to work with others

By Kim Covert

Staying relevant means making room for other professionals Read More »

Omar Ha Redeye on ABS

By Yves Faguy

In the first of our recent series of Omar Ha Redeye interviews, the man from Fleet Street Law talks to us about the CBA's recommendation that law societies allow for alternative business structures for lawyers. Read More »

Comply or explain

By Kim Covert

Holding publicly traded companies to account on high-level diversity Read More »