on January 26, 2015
Last semester, one of my columns questioned whether law school students are being heard. I was encouraged to revisit the subject given the discussion it spurred among my peers and a recent event that again questions whether students are taken seriously.
Rocky road to licensing has some questioning if LPP is the answer
on January 26, 2015
The LPP is a program divided.
on January 19, 2015
It’s amazing how quickly three years goes by. Now that I’m a little more than halfway through my articles, I wanted to take time to reflect on my time at law school. I humbly offer up these four tidbits of advice.
Fall 2014, Volume 9 • Issue 2
Written by Jennifer BrownIssue: Fall 2014After a few weeks of law school Frances Mahon boldly went to professor Alan Young’s office at Osgoode Hall Law…
Written by Michael McKiernanIssue: Fall 2014No matter what your undergraduate specialty was, law school is a different beast altogether. So what do you need to…
Written by Mallory HendryIssue: Fall 2014Assistant editor Mallory Hendry caught up with the University of Alberta’s new law dean Paul Paton soon after he officially…
Written by Yamri TaddeseIssue: Fall 2014Entrepreneurship is a catchword in the practice of law these days, but it’s also a skill you could use when…
Written by Ted FlettIssue: Fall 2014Randy Campbell sits at the front of the class, usually without neighbours. “I like to feel like it’s just me…
Written by Arshy MannIssue: Fall 2014Harry Arthurs knows a thing or two about legal education. The 79-year-old has been a fixture of Canada’s legal community…
Written by Mallory HendryIssue: Fall 2014Practising in class actions, in Windsor, Ont., government, in Edmonton
Written by Veronica YeungIssue: Fall 2014My costumes are inspired by an interest in classical Japanese ghost folklore and my studies in law and social justice…
- Subtitle Students' Page
Written by Gail J. CohenIssue: Fall 2014Ontario’s new law practice program has taken flight providing budding lawyers with the opportunity to get their licence to practise…
- Subtitle Editor's Desk
The Canadian Lawyer Daily is out! http://t.co/sW0oAea7FV
RT @FindlawCanada: Cops use Twitter, any means necessary to solve cold cases http://t.co/EI4SwcWEHN @DetBuiHomicide #law #ColdCase
RT @LawSocietyofBC: Ken Walker, QC has officially been sworn in as President! http://t.co/AQqetYOslE
RT @connie_walker: JUST IN: Tony Merchant denies allegations made against him & calls the government lawsuit 'just more legal jousting' htt…