The Practice

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 »

Play Nice

Play Nice

By Julie Sobowale

Vigorous advocates still need to keep a civil tongue Read More »

The hazards of anti-competitive conduct

The hazards of anti-competitive conduct

By Yves Faguy

How a robust antitrust compliance program can keep your company out of trouble Read More »

Is Facebook your friend?

Is Facebook your friend?

By Stephen Antle

The hidden hazards and opportunites of social media Read More »

On guard

On guard

By Pablo Fuchs

In matters of data security, a firm’s lawyers are often the weakest link. Read More »

Get out there!

Get out there!

By Julie Sobowale

Whether you’re meeting face-to-face or chatting online, networking helps build connections and develop new business... 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 »

Protecting yourself against fraudsters

Protecting yourself against fraudsters

By Ann Macaulay

Fraudsters continue to prey on unsuspecting lawyers despite ongoing efforts by law societies and insurance companies to spread awareness. Read More »

Predictive discovery

Predictive discovery

By Julie Sobowale

A new approach is revolutionizing how lawyers deal with electronic documents. Read More »

Cut the legalese

Cut the legalese

By Ann Macaulay

Avoid malpractice claims by taking the time  to make sure your clients understand you. Read More »

The art of negotiation

The art of negotiation

By Ann Macaulay

Prepare, ask questions, and get your ego out of the way. Read More »

In the ring

In the ring

By Gloria Song

Does digital research beat the traditional approach? It depends. Read More »

Finger on the pulse

Finger on the pulse

By Gloria Song

From Google Alerts to newsletters, there’s lots of ways to stay on top of breaking legal developments.
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Online resources for lawyers

Online resources for lawyers

By Gloria Song

There’s a wealth of interesting online resources now available to lawyers. Law librarians and research lawyers recommend some of their favorites. Read More »

Legal research in the digital age

Legal research in the digital age

By Gloria Song

Why there is still a role for the law library. Read More »

Where do good ideas come from?

Where do good ideas come from?

By Lyndsie Bourgon

Making the connection between left-brain efficiency and right-brain thought processes needs practice. Here’s how: Read More »

The rise of project management

The rise of project management

By Angelina Chapin

Fads come and go. But the essence of project management is here to stay. Read More »

Watch your reputation

Watch your reputation

By Surranna Sandy

Scrub your online presence until it shines in the eyes of potential employers. Read More »

Does articling need an overhaul?

Does articling need an overhaul?

By Carol Neshevich

Ontario is struggling with a serious shortage of articling positions. Much of the country faces an imbalance between urban and rural articling spots. Does the system need to change? Read More »