Features

IP: What to watch for in 2015

IP: What to watch for in 2015

By Mala Joshi

A look at the legal landscape in 2014-2015.

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National's top 14 for 2014

National's top 14 for 2014

By National

Here are the top stories that resonated with our readers in 2014.

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A question of consent

A question of consent

By Katya Hodge

"The sexual assault trial is always about the woman."

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Policy-maker of the year

Policy-maker of the year

By Justin Ling

Former PMO legal advisor says no one has a had a greater impact on policy decisions than the Supreme Court of Canada.

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Sex work

Sex work

By Justin Ling

Canada’s latest attempt to regulate the sex trade opens up debate over employment law protections for sex workers. Read More »

Zipper merge

Zipper merge

By Douglas Mah

A little collaboration goes a long way. Read More »

Out of office: Planting seeds

Out of office: Planting seeds

By National Magazine

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.

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Official Notices

By National Magazine

2015 Mid-Winter Meeting of Council Read More »

CETA's patent protections

CETA's patent protections

By Justin Ling

Canada wins compromises on pharmaceutical regime, but some raise concerns over reach of arbitration mechanism.

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Do we need a digital bill of rights?

Do we need a digital bill of rights?

By National Magazine

That was the question for a panel of experts convened by National at this summer’s Canadian Legal Conference. Here are the highlights. Read More »

Follow the money

Follow the money

By Leo Singer

Bitcoin is more than a virtual currency: it’s powered by a system that could revolutionize everything from contracts and wills to legal work.

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Better legal service by design

Better legal service by design

By Yves Faguy

How a passion for out-of-the-box solutions led one law grad down an innovative professional path Read More »

Surviving law school

Surviving law school

By Katya Hodge

How to succeed and stay sane — one challenge at a time. Read More »

New directions

New directions

By Yves Faguy

In its final report, the CBA Legal Futures Initiative makes the case for a new regulatory framework that will free lawyers to work differently — and deliver better value to clients. Read More »

Taking down the hackers

Taking down the hackers

By Justin Ling

Victims of malicious hacking in Canada have a mixed bag of options to fight back. Read More »

The entrepreneurial lawyer

The entrepreneurial lawyer

By Becky Rynor

How business skills can set you on the path to a successful legal career. Read More »

Out of office: Films and books July-August 2014

Out of office: Films and books July-August 2014

By National

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

Out of Office: Katajjaq

Out of Office: Katajjaq

By National

Reviving an Inuit art form. Read More »

‘Please forget me!’

‘Please forget me!’

By Douglas Mah

The mountain, the viper and the internet. Read More »

The accessibility gap

The accessibility gap

By Kim Covert

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 »