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Written by Posted Date: January 6th, 2014

Articling student Sarah McGrath-White is quite busy these days. She recently started her criminal and family law rotation at Nova Scotia Legal Aid; prior to that she was working on civil litigation files at Crowe Dillon Robinson in Halifax; and in the summer she was helping immigrants at the Halifax Refugee Clinic.

Toronto law professor wins on Jeopardy!

  • Anthony Niblett finishes first on game show, places second next day
Written by Posted Date: December 30th, 2013
U of T’s Anthrony Niblett was thrilled to meet Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek.
U of T’s Anthrony Niblett was thrilled to meet Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek.
University of Toronto law students can now say they are taught by a Jeopardy! champion. Professor Anthony Niblett’s Christmas Day appearance on Jeopardy! saw him outsmart his competitors when he pulled into first place after answering the “final jeopardy” clue correctly. Final jeopardy is the game show’s last round.

Exam season in 3L

  • Ab Initio
Written by Posted Date: December 30th, 2013

b_150_0_16777215_00___images_stories_01-4STUDENTS_Standard_photos_2013rebecca_lockwood_new.jpgDecember is a strange month for students. While working folk are revving up for the holidays, attending parties, and shopping for gifts, those of us in school are hibernating in libraries with exam materials. We are loathing the Christmas carols on full blast in every café and shop. I’ve heard classmates (and myself) say, “People are just so . . . happy.” At this time of year, I personally feel more like the Grinch than one of Santa’s little helpers.

Donation saves longstanding Pro Bono Students Canada program

  • Law students paired with low-income litigants gain real-life experience
Written by Posted Date: December 16th, 2013
The Family Law Project gives law students early exposure to much of the complex paperwork in family law. (Photo: Shutterstock)
The Family Law Project gives law students early exposure to much of the complex paperwork in family law. (Photo: Shutterstock)
A $150,000 donation is bringing Pro Bono Students Canada one step closer to a fundraising goal that will allow the organization to preserve — and eventually expand — its Family Law Project.

Two bars, one summer

  • Some tips on writing the Ontario and New York bar exams
Written by Posted Date: December 16th, 2013
b_150_0_16777215_00___images_stories_01-4STUDENTS_Standard_photos_yuki-shirato.jpgAfter graduating from the University of Toronto Faculty of Law this past summer, I wrote two sets of bar exams — Ontario and New York — as did about a dozen other Canadian JD graduates.

Studying abroad? Plan ahead.

Written by Posted Date: December 9th, 2013
b_150_0_16777215_00___images_stories_01-4STUDENTS_2013_December_Shawn-Lestage.jpgI graduated in July with an LLB from the University of Sussex in Brighton, England. Many of my classmates were also Canadian and have since embarked on impressive paths ranging from the International Criminal Court in Holland to LLM studies at the University of Toronto.

Bay Street hiring declines for third year: report

  • Students criticize recruiting process, firms blame changing business needs
Written by Posted Date: December 2nd, 2013
b_150_0_16777215_00___images_stories_01-4STUDENTS_2013_December_ultra-vires-screenshot.jpgNoting “the good times are not coming back,” Ultra Vires, the law student newspaper at the University of Toronto, reports the number of law students recruited by firms on Bay Street continues to decline.
b_150_0_16777215_00___images_stories_01-4STUDENTS_Standard_photos_Kyle-Nayman.jpgCanada’s justice system is among the best in the world. Indeed, many people would trade their judicial systems for Canada’s in a heartbeat. That said, our system is imperfect.

Learning outside the law school bubble

  • Ab Initio
Written by Posted Date: November 25th, 2013
b_150_0_16777215_00___images_stories_01-4STUDENTS_Standard_photos_2013rebecca_lockwood_new.jpgExperiential education has been a hot topic ever since I began studying law in 2011, although it was most definitely an important conversation before that too.

Ryerson and Ottawa U to provide LPPs

  • Lakehead to offer intensive course that won’t require students to article
Written by Posted Date: November 25th, 2013
Director of Ryerson’s Law Research Centre Avner Levin, Ryerson president Sheldon Levy, Bencher Janet Minor, Treasurer Tom Conway, and Ryerson strategic adviser Chris Bentley.
Director of Ryerson’s Law Research Centre Avner Levin, Ryerson president Sheldon Levy, Bencher Janet Minor, Treasurer Tom Conway, and Ryerson strategic adviser Chris Bentley.
The Law Society of Upper Canada has picked Ryerson University and the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law to be the providers of its alternative licensing law practice program.
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