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Surviving law school

Surviving law school

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

Innovation nation

Innovation nation

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

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

Omar Ha Redeye on ABS

By Yves Faguy

In the first of our recent series of Omar Ha Redeye interviews, the man from Fleet Street Law talks to us about the CBA's recommendation that law societies allow for alternative business structures for lawyers. Read More »

Comply or explain

By Kim Covert

Holding publicly traded companies to account on high-level diversity Read More »

Student reactions to the CBA Futures Report

By CBA Futures

A roundup of comments collected from our student Twitterchats on everything from tuition, access, and jobs. Read More »

Liberalization and access to justice

By Yves Faguy

Will liberalizing the legal industry and enabling non-lawyer ownership likely improve access to justice by making legal services more affordable? Read More »