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Out of office: Destination Wales

Out of office: Destination Wales

By National

Lawyers can’t work all the time. Here’s a guide to music, books, movies and travel destinations for when it’s time to dial it down. Read More »

Women & leadership

Women & leadership

By Beverley Spencer

Interview with Deborah Epstein Henry Read More »

Hearts, minds and headgear

Hearts, minds and headgear

By Douglas Mah

My own private Quebec Charter of Values. Read More »

Whose duty to consult?

Whose duty to consult?

By Doug Beazley

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

End-of-life: Q&A with Tracey Bailey

End-of-life: Q&A with Tracey Bailey

By Kim Covert

The legal ethicist discusses the ethics of physician-assisted suicide. Read More »

Privacy in the private sector workplace

Privacy in the private sector workplace

By Christine Sopora

Q & A with Éloïse Gratton and Lyndsay Wasser Read More »

Mining transparency

Mining transparency

By Christine Sopora

Q & A with Catherine Wade Read More »

Everyday justice

Everyday justice

By Kim Covert

Educating people about the legal system before they need it is the first step to better access to legal services. Read More »

TWU has played by the rules.

TWU has played by the rules.

By Robert G. Kuhn

The President of TWU responds to critics of its new law school. Read More »

Not Criminally Responsible Reform Act

Not Criminally Responsible Reform Act

By Christine Sopora

Q & A with Eric Gottardi Read More »

Shadows, lies and Fordian tragicomedy

Shadows, lies and Fordian tragicomedy

By Douglas Mah

In this life we are all triers of fact. Read More »

Canada, trade and intellectual property

Canada, trade and intellectual property

By Hugo de Grandpré

The TPP Agreement could disrupt Canada’s intellectual property rights system, say some analysts, while others urge caution in response to recent news from WikiLeaks. Read More »

Google: See no evil...?

Google: See no evil...?

By Justin Ling

The interim Privacy Commissioner’s scolding last week is a warning to online advertisers: Do your due diligence. Read More »

Leading the way

Leading the way

By Katya Hodge

Q & A with Lisa Borsook Read More »

National’s best articles of 2013

National’s best articles of 2013

By National

A look back at the year's most popular stories. Read More »

Sustainable equal justice

Sustainable equal justice

By John Sims, QC et al

Pro bono is one of many solutions to improving access to justice. Read More »

The fight against international corruption

The fight against international corruption

By Noah Arshinoff

Why the legal profession is instrumental in combatting bribery. Read More »

The whistleblower

The whistleblower

By Roderick Macdonell

Edgar Schmidt sued his own ministry over its process for vetting legislation, exposing the ethical conundrums that government lawyers face. Read More »

Out of office

Out of office

By National

Blades of glory - Kelly Harris Read More »

The Silent Wife

The Silent Wife

By Douglas Mah

Who can fathom the mysteries of marriage? Read More »