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May 18, 2017
Requests for proposals
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Canadian Lawyer’s Top 10 Personal Injury Boutiques
Here are the Top 10 Personal Injury Boutiques, listed alphabetically.
The IT Girl
May 15, 2017
Bad games
Sellers of circumvention devices beware!
Rights Matter
May 15, 2017
Queering refugee claims: IRB gets rid of problematic stereotypes and impossible paradoxes
Kudos to Canada’s Immigration and Refugee Board for its new guideline designed to prevent queer refugee claims from being unfairly dismissed.  
The Twila Zone
May 15, 2017
A last word on happiness
I’m just back from a lovely Florida vacation. First the beach (surprisingly, there were 14 different groups of Newfoundlanders staying in the same condo building), then the Ritz-Carlton for a conference and then Legoland.
In-house teams are putting greater focus on ‘real-time’ metrics
May 15, 2017
Tracking spending and diversity at PayPal and GE
From spending to diversity, companies such as PayPal and GE are tracking and measuring a variety of aspects of work they do with their external counsel as it moves through their busy legal department and it’s putting law firms on their toes.

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MAY 2017 • Volume 41, Issue 5

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Columns

    • Subtitle Legal Innovation Now
    Written by Kate Simpson
    Issue Date: May 2017
    We can wow our clients by shifting our mindset when we solve legal problems.
    • Subtitle Editor's Desk
    Written by Tim Wilbur
    Issue Date: May 2017
    Did the Supreme Court of Canada help anything when it released R. v. Jordan last July, giving courts a timeline before criminal charges are stayed due to delay? Regardless of how you answer that question, you can’t deny that the decision has had an effect. The SCC essentially launched a…
 
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