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Presumed independent

Presumed independent

By Justin Ling

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John Boscariol on Brexit, CETA and Britain's huge trade challenge

John Boscariol on Brexit, CETA and Britain's huge trade challenge

By National

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Supreme Court sets ceilings on trial delay

Supreme Court sets ceilings on trial delay

By Justin Ling

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Escaping the golden handcuffs: How to curb lifestyle inflation

Escaping the golden handcuffs: How to curb lifestyle inflation

By Carolynne Burkholder-James

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A basic right

A basic right

By Agnese Smith

A once radical idea to guarantee citizens an income has practically gone mainstream. Will our courts be tempted to embrace it?

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Shaping the next generation of lawyers

Shaping the next generation of lawyers

By Katya Hodge

Angelique EagleWoman, the new dean of law at Lakehead University's Bora Laskin Law School, on truth and reconciliation, access to legal education and leading the next generation of lawyers.

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In commoditization they trust

In commoditization they trust

By Alexandre D├ęsy

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Accessing law on demand

Accessing law on demand

By Yves Faguy

NewLaw offers hope in the battle for better access to justice. Up to a point.

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A day in the life of Ruth Williams

A day in the life of Ruth Williams

By Katya Hodge

The Yogi

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Anxiety management for lawyers

Anxiety management for lawyers

By Jeena Cho

Learn how to surrender

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Moving in-house

Moving in-house

By Ann Macaulay

Is it right for you?

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The Panama Papers

The Panama Papers

By Gavin & Brooke MacKenzie

Some thoughts on confidence, security and privilege.

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