January - February 2013

A pathway to justice?

By Kate Dunn

Has the Supreme Court of Canada’s ruling in SWUAV ushered in a new era of public interest litigation? Read More »

Nay on say

By Agnese Smith

Will Canada ever legislate mandatory say on pay? Or is a voluntary approach enough? Read More »

Time for a new trade strategy?

By Hugo de Grandpré

So many negotiations, so little time. Read More »

Open for business

By Pablo Fuchs

Canada's new investment treaty with China is supposed to protect investors and provide access to the world’s fastest growing economy. Can it deliver? Read More »

That’s entertainment!

By Carol Neshevich

In a decade, the world has completely revolutionized the way it consumes entertainment. What has it meant for lawyers? Read More »

Legal education: Two solitudes

By Dr. Ian Holloway, Q.C.

Law societies and law faculties both need a change in attitude when it comes to legal education. Read More »

The art of negotiation

By Ann Macaulay

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

Still mooting after all these years

By Christine Sopora

Lenczner Slaght - CBA Gale Cup Moot 2013 celebrates 40 years.
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Making a difference

By National

A helping hand for women lawyers in Nepal; Candidates for 2nd VP; and Canada's JAG Read More »

Out of office

By National

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