The lack of articling jobs for law graduates and major reforms in law school curriculum in the United States are creating a perfect storm that could cause major changes to Canadian legal education.
Monday, 31 October 2011 09:57 Written by Devanne O’Brien
|University of Ottawa law professor David Wiseman shows a breakdown of articling jobs in Ontario. Photo: Devanne O'Brien|
As a 23-year-old female, I can tell you I have been on some very, very bad dates. Men chewing with their mouths open, bragging about their fancy cars and stomping on my pretty pumps is only the beginning. As you can imagine, my nightmarish dating past served only to add to the terror I felt leading up to on-campus interviews phase two: the speed date.
Monday, 24 October 2011 09:30 Written by Heather Gardiner
Monday, 17 October 2011 10:04 Written by Julie Sobowale
|Third-year Dalhousie law students (l to r) Chelsea Seale, Lauren Hill, Shannon McEvenue, and Allison Reed are members of the Health Law Students’ Association. Photo: Dalhousie University Schulich School of Law|
|Ethics commissioner Mary Dawson helped launch the new mentorship program. Photo: Devanne O'Brien|