The Practice

Is there a doctor in the courtroom?

Is there a doctor in the courtroom?

By Carolynne Burkholder-James

An advanced degree can help your career

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Two experts, two opinions

Two experts, two opinions

By Suzanne Loomer

Experts can assist their clients and the courts by explaining the reasons for the differences in opinion.

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When disaster strikes!

When disaster strikes!

By Ann Macaulay

A catastrophic event could destroy files — or an entire office. Is your firm prepared?

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A question of consent

A question of consent

By National

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

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How big data can give you a competitive edge

How big data can give you a competitive edge

By Julie Sobowale

Law firms willing to make the investment can use legal analytics to add value for clients. Read More »

Own the podium

Own the podium

By Becky Rynor

Why old-school public speaking skills still matter. Read More »

Forced retirement for partners

Forced retirement for partners

By National

How the SCC's McCormick ruling will have an impact on existing partnership agreements. Read More »

Pensions: defusing the ticking time bomb

Pensions: defusing the ticking time bomb

By Yves Faguy

Jim Leech talks about Canada's looming pension crisis and lessons learned from other countries. 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 »

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 »