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August 22, 2016
September: Law students should take it in stride
For many, September represents a time of new resolutions. Stemming from those ingrained back-to-school feelings, many individuals set new goals. For law students, the prospect of overcoming last year’s academic struggles can guide their September aspirations. No matter what year a law student is in, the fall renews ambition. There are clubs to join, moots to consider, potential jobs to look into and study habits to improve. Whether starting your law school career or breezing into third year, a
August 22, 2016
‘Last hope’ LNG gas pipeline project opposed by First Nations
On a dwindling list of LNG proposals in British Columbia, the FortisBC Eagle Mountain-Woodfibre LNG gas pipeline project is coming up against opposition from local First Nations.

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August 2016 • Volume 40, Issue 8
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    Written by Gail J. Cohen
    Issue Date: August 2016
    Canadian Lawyer’s Top 25 Most Influential in the justice system and legal profession in Canada is now…
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    Written by Mervin Brass
    Issue Date: August 2016
    Last year, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission issued its much anticipated report on six years of information gathering from across…
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    Written by Ian Harvey
    Issue Date: August 2016
    Shannon Salter knows the world is watching. The pressure is palpable as she launches Canada’s — and the world’s —…

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  • Written by Philip Slayton
    Issue Date: August 2016
    Almost all Canadian law students intend to practise law when they get out of law school. It’s different in some other jurisdictions. In Europe, for example, a law degree often leads to government service, or a business career, or a job in journalism. Europeans think the study of the law…
  • Written by Kate Simpson
    Issue Date: August 2016
    The evidence is all around us: the inability to stand in a queue and embrace the boredom; the need to be entertained in some way every 15 minutes. So, we flick through the Distraction Apps on our phones: Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, Medium, Instagram, Globe and Mail. Grab the headlines, be…
  • Written by Gail J. Cohen
    Issue Date: August 2016
    The August issue of Canadian Lawyer has long been my favourite to work on due to the inclusion of the Top 25 Most Influential. While it’s a labour-intensive process to come to the final list, I am always amazed and inspired by the nominees. And this year, we received a…
 
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