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The Immigration Line
November 24, 2014
Uncertainty of Express Entry can only hurt
Express Entry is making waves. I get questions about it from clients and the general public nearly every day. While we know slightly more now than we did a few weeks ago, it is still largely an unknown.
UBC and Osgoode students are building bridges, broadening horizons in international human rights class
November 24, 2014
Video links students in bi-campus clinical program
Like many great ideas, the International Justice and Human Rights Clinic was a collaborative effort.
November 24, 2014
Video: Making Rain - Return on your investment
In this month’s Making Rain, executive coach Debra Forman advises that the more proactive you are, the more control you will have of the outcomes, and the more profits you will earn.
Ab Initio
November 24, 2014
The sweetness at the end of the tunnel
Exams ruin Christmas for law students. Even the term “Christmas exams” infuriates me. Such an oxymoron.
November 24, 2014
Second Cup GC gets double shot: In-house role as external service provider
Five months ago, Second Cup’s general counsel Dan Caldarone was faced with an opportunity. Should he stay with the company following a significant restructuring, or go out on his own? He wanted to do both, so together with executive leadership he found a way to make it happen.

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