Making a Difference: Cody Yorke and Joanna Hunt

By National

Women helping women Read More »

The diplomat

By Marc-André Séguin

Throughout a distinguished career, Yves Fortier has emphasized honesty, transparency — and the personal touch. Read More »

Pro bono’s leading lady

By Michael Dempster

An in-house counsel finds her dream job — and the role of a lifetime helping others. Read More »

Snowden’s Canadian lawyer

By Marc-André Séguin

Handling a case shrouded in mystery, Robert Tibbo played a major role in getting Edward Snowden out of Hong Kong. Read More »

Bridging worlds

By Jennifer Lewington

Profile: Ron George, legal counsel, Kettle and Stony Point First Nation. Read More »

Louise Mailhot: Leading the way

By Rollande Parent

A profile of this year’s recipient of the CBA’s Cecilia I. Johnstone Award for outstanding work in the advancement of women in the legal profession. Read More »

Meet the new CBA president

By Kim Covert

Fred Headon, the first in-house counsel to hold the position in the history of the CBA, promises to focus the association’s energies on the future of practice and access to justice. Read More »

Out of office

By National

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

The second season

By Michael Dempster

What’s left after you’ve built a world-class legal department with stops at the White House and the Pentagon? Learning to sleep more, for starters. Read More »

Moving in-house

By Michael Dempster

One GC’s advice for managing the transition from private practice to in-house. Read More »

The road to justice reform

By Beverley Spencer

An interview with Supreme Court of Canada Justice Thomas Cromwell. Read More »

Plants & animals: The patentability of genes

By Yves Faguy

What two recent U.S. Supreme Court patent rulings mean for the biotech sector in Canada. Read More »