Interviews

Women & leadership

Women & leadership

By Beverley Spencer

Interview with Deborah Epstein Henry Read More »

Bob Rae: The next chapter

Bob Rae: The next chapter

By Hugo de Grandpré

The former Liberal interim leader gives up his seat as an MP at the end of July. In our interview before his announced decision, he discussed his life in politics and his future. Read More »

Pensions vs. insolvency

Pensions vs. insolvency

By Carol Neshevich

Pensions lawyer Rachel Arbour of Hicks Morley says the Indalex ruling brings balance back to the competing interests of pension plans and insolvency law. Read More »

Budget 2013: Proposed tax changes

Budget 2013: Proposed tax changes

By National

National interviewed Gowlings partner and tax expert Tim Wach on what the budget will mean for Canadian business. Read More »

Law in the digital age

Law in the digital age

By Yves Faguy

Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia, sat down with National to talk about law in the digital age. Read More »

Global practice

Global practice

By Yves Faguy

Norman Steinberg, Chairman of Norton Rose Global, discusses his new role and some of the challenges facing global law firms in today’s competitive marketplace. Read More »

In conversation: Alison Redford

In conversation: Alison Redford

By Beverley Spencer

Alberta's Premier discusses her plans for a Canadian energy strategy, and how her years in international development shaped her approach to politics. Read More »

Interview with Lucien Bouchard

Interview with Lucien Bouchard

By Yves Faguy

The former Premier of Quebec sat down with Yves Faguy during the CCCA World Summit in Montreal to talk about the state of the legal profession and current affairs. Read More »

Interview with Jean Chrétien

Interview with Jean Chrétien

By Interview by Yves Faguy

As the Charter turns 30, the former PM reflects on how the country has changed, activist judges and one of the most memorable months from his tenure as Justice Minister. Read More »

Q&A: Paul Lippe

Q&A: Paul Lippe

By Beverley Spencer

Paul Lippe, CEO of OnRamp Systems, discusses emerging trends in demography, technology and the delivery of legal services. Read More »

Interview with Melanie Aitken

Interview with Melanie Aitken

By Pablo Fuchs

National caught up with former Competition Commissioner Melanie Aitken to share her thoughts on anti-competitive practices in Canada and abroad. Read More »

Retiring to law school

Retiring to law school

By Christine Sopora

The power of persuasion lands a career law enforcement officer in Osgoode Hall. James Lowry is the subject of our Q&A this week. Read More »