In Profile

Pro bono’s leading lady

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 »

Moving in-house

Moving in-house

By Michael Dempster

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

Louise Mailhot: Leading the way

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 »

Out of office

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 road to justice reform

The road to justice reform

By Beverley Spencer

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

Business strategy: Playing to win

Business strategy: Playing to win

By Yves Faguy

Roger Martin spoke with senior editor Yves Faguy to discuss why it’s important for both law departments and law firms to decide on a strategy and how to make it succeed. 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 »

Interview with Joe Magnet

Interview with Joe Magnet

By Brad Mackay

Joe Magnet, lead counsel on this year’s Daniels v. Canada decision, discusses what the ruling means for Métis and non-status Indians. Read More »

Lawyers in the oil patch

Lawyers in the oil patch

By Michael Dempster

Six energy lawyers tell us about interesting time in their practice. Read More »

A lesson in tolerance from Noah the Moose

A lesson in tolerance from Noah the Moose

By National

Understanding the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms isn’t child’s play — until you get creative and start thinking like a kid. Read More »

The fine print

The fine print

By Patti Ryan

Privacy expert explores a ‘new ecosystem’ at RIM 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 »

Lessons in law: Learn from those who went before you

Lessons in law: Learn from those who went before you

By Katya Hodge

Don’t have a mentor? This is the next best thing: Four lawyers at different career stages share their insights about how to prepare for the challenges ahead. Read More »

A reformer at heart

A reformer at heart

By Michael Dempster

Ron Skolrood’s interest in social policy inspired a life-long dedication to improving the law. 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 »

Making KM work

Making KM work

By Lyndsie Bourgon

Knowledge management aligns people, process and technology to share information. Read More »

Bridging the divide

Bridging the divide

By Paula Kulig

Respected by management and unions alike, Kevin Burkett has a talent for finding solutions to tough labour disputes — if you can get him. Read More »