Features

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. Read More »

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. Read More »

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 »

The federalist

The federalist

By Michael Dempster

With Meech Lake long behind him, Clyde Wells reflects on law, Newfoundland and Labrador’s growing economy — and the changing legal profession. Read More »

The Tsilhqot'in ruling

The Tsilhqot'in ruling

By Justin Ling

The SCC has confirmed the Aboriginal title of the Tsilhqot'in Nation over stretches of BC Crown land. How will Ottawa and the provinces react? Read More »

Putting Ethics into Code

Putting Ethics into Code

By Pablo Fuchs

Having a code of conduct is critically important to stay compliant with new laws and to mitigate headline risk. Read More »

Broken promises

Broken promises

By Beverley Spencer

Persistent poverty and implementation problems are compromising the vision set out in the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement Read More »