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Surviving law school

Surviving law school

How to succeed and stay sane — one challenge at a time. Read More »

School's out!  Destination Chicago

School's out! Destination Chicago

TRU law student James Wegener shares his Chicago adventures Read More »

Better legal service by design

Better legal service by design

How a passion for out-of-the-box solutions led one law grad down an innovative professional path Read More »

Starting your own firm

Starting your own firm

If working in a law firm sounds like a siren’s call, consider flying solo. Read More »

The entrepreneurial lawyer

The entrepreneurial lawyer

How business skills can set you on the path to a successful legal career. Read More »

Innovation nation

Innovation nation

The future is not all grim for lawyers, particularly for the non traditional practitioner. Read More »

The upside of chaos

The upside of chaos

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School's out!  Off-roading

School's out! Off-roading

Paige Morrow takes trail running to the extreme. Read More »

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Getting ahead

Getting ahead

Starting to think about your future? Don’t wait. Now’s the time to get your career moving. Read More »

Getting left and right to work together

Getting left and right to work together

The time has come for the legal marketplace to embrace its inner Picasso. Read More »

Watch Your Reputation

Watch Your Reputation

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

Featured Blog Posts

NAFTA Environmental Commission: There’s something happening here

By Katia Opalka

Differences of opinion revealed on matters that are usually discussed behind closed doors. Read More »

Expanding police powers as crime rates fall

By Yves Faguy

Careful when making assertions to support context. Read More »

Income-splitting for the few

By Yves Faguy

Does it violate the equality provisions in the Canadian Charter? Read More »

Judging appointments

By Kim Covert

55 judges appointed to provincial benches in 2014, vacancies remain Read More »