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Justice understood

Justice understood

By Justin Ling

Social media has intensified public scrutiny over the work of our courts. But with so much misinformation out there, is it time for the courts to have a public defender?

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Privilege granted

Privilege granted

By Mark Bourrie

Critics worry the government has gone too far in extending solicitor-client privilege to professionals who are not lawyers

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The lawyer vs. the law firm

The lawyer vs. the law firm

By Jordan Furlong

 

 

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Making the most of media attention

Making the most of media attention

By Julie Sobowale

A journalist approaches you in the courtroom. What should you do?

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Christine Duhaime: Fintech meets law

Christine Duhaime: Fintech meets law

By Yves Faguy

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O Canada! - Moving aside the sacred cows

O Canada! - Moving aside the sacred cows

By Omar Ha-Redeye

They may ultimately just be words, but as a whole they maintain significance for all of us in celebrating our country

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No laughing matter

No laughing matter

By Gavin & Brooke MacKenzie

Untrustworthiness may be an image the public associates with lawyers generally but that also contrasts with the high level of trust clients generally have in their own lawyers

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CBA News

CBA News

By CBA/ABC National

Meet the new CBA president / CBA Legal Conference 2016 / CBA Connect

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The prodigy: Phil Dwyer

The prodigy: Phil Dwyer

By CBA/ABC National

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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 CBA/ABC 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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