CBA & You

Helping families of mineworkers killed at Marikana

Helping families of mineworkers killed at Marikana

By Sandra Wisner

South Africa presents unique legal and cultural context Read More »

Picturing the future

Picturing the future

By David Blair

Letter to the Editor Read More »

Innovation in a legal practice

Innovation in a legal practice

By National

A firm’s ability to innovate starts with fostering a culture of entrepreneurship. Read More »

Meet the new president

Meet the new president

By Kim Covert

Headon, the first in-house counsel to hold the position in the history of the CBA, promises to focus the association’s energies on the future of practice and access to justice. Read More »

Recognizing Excellence 2013

Recognizing Excellence 2013

By NATIONAL

Each year the CBA honours exceptional contributions to both the association and the legal profession. National presents this year’s award winners. Read More »

Envisioning equal justice

Envisioning equal justice

By Kim Covert

Summary access to justice report sets out series of 31 targets for action Read More »

Study. Sleep. Study. Eat. Study.

Study. Sleep. Study. Eat. Study.

By Lisa Barnet

Ah, the life of a law student Read More »

CCCA leadership program a 'game changer' for members

CCCA leadership program a 'game changer' for members

By National

CCCA partners with the Rotman School of Management to create a new program aimed at helping in-house counsel. Read More »

CBA Membership

CBA Membership

By National

New fee model offers new options and rewards Read More »

Making a Difference: Mélanie Champagne

Making a Difference: Mélanie Champagne

By National

Surpassing yourself by running Read More »

Making a Difference: John-Paul Boyd

Making a Difference: John-Paul Boyd

By National

Promoting legal literacy Read More »

Let your reasons be known

Let your reasons be known

By National

Lawyers telling the story of how they became lawyers. Read More »

Lawyers & stress

Lawyers & stress

By National

LPAC releases results of Ipsos Reid Survey of Lawyers on Wellness Issues. Read More »

Making a Difference: Young lawyers

Making a Difference: Young lawyers

By National

CBA’s YLIP program is designed to send young Canadian lawyers to work with legal human rights and legal development organizations overseas, in developing countries.

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Making a Difference: Karen Restoule

Making a Difference: Karen Restoule

By National

Daring to dream: On a quest for reconciliation, respect and justice. Read More »

You’ve come a long way VBF

You’ve come a long way VBF

By National

Building the rule of law in Vietnam. Read More »

Making a difference

Making a difference

By National

A helping hand for women lawyers in Nepal; Candidates for 2nd VP; and Canada's JAG Read More »

CBA Advocacy

CBA Advocacy

By National

CBA sections respond to proposed regulatory changes. Read More »

A lesson in tolerance from Noah the Moose

A lesson in tolerance from Noah the Moose

By National

Understanding the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms isn’t child’s play — until you get creative and start thinking like a kid. Read More »

Get involved. Get noticed.

Get involved. Get noticed.

By National Magazine

Joining the CBA as a law school student can significantly increase your chances of getting noticed. Join over 37,000 legal professionals to promote the rule of law, and protect the core values of the legal profession. Read More »