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Monday, 08 October 2012 09:00

Getting hired in the Big Apple

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Forget Bay Street, some Canadian law students dream of getting a job in the Big Apple. (Photo: David Jones)
Forget Bay Street, some Canadian law students dream of getting a job in the Big Apple. (Photo: David Jones)
Every fall, thousands of Canadian law students participate in the gruelling recruitment process, hoping to land a coveted job at a top law firm.
U of T’s law school is now well on its way to raising the $54 million need for its new building. Illustration: Hariri Pontarini
U of T’s law school is now well on its way to raising the $54 million need for its new building. Illustration: Hariri Pontarini
With a record-breaking $11-million donation, the University of Toronto Faculty of Law is well on its way to securing the $54 million needed for its new building.
Mind your manners: An etiquette guide for studentsWhen I was in law school, one of the first things I learned wasn’t about the law; it was about the importance of my professional reputation.
Monday, 01 October 2012 12:58

Preparing for OCIs

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Preparing for OCIsWith school starting and interview season forthcoming, Canadian Lawyer 4Students will be running a series of articles over the coming months to assist students with the recruitment process. In part II, we get a current student at a large, commercial law firm to give advice on how to prepare for your interviews.
Thursday, 27 September 2012 17:12

Osgoode beefs up hands-on learning options

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Osgoode dean Lorne Sossin is a huge proponent of experiential learning.
Osgoode dean Lorne Sossin is a huge proponent of experiential learning.
It’s time to get your hands dirty, Osgoode students!
Thursday, 27 September 2012 16:54

The law school subculture

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The law school subcultureDuring the first week back at Osgoode, I overheard some of my classmates referring to law school as a “subculture.”
Torys LLP partner Mitch Frazer (l) and Woodbridge Company Ltd. president and CEO Geoff Beattie (c) presented a $1.5-million gift to Western Law dean Iain Scott (r) on Sept. 12.
Torys LLP partner Mitch Frazer (l) and Woodbridge Company Ltd. president and CEO Geoff Beattie (c) presented a $1.5-million gift to Western Law dean Iain Scott (r) on Sept. 12.
What could a law school do with $3 million? Plenty, says Western University law dean Iain Scott.
Monday, 10 September 2012 10:08

Lean on me

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Image: Shutterstock
Image: Shutterstock
Along with the excitement of a new school year, it’s natural to feel a bit anxious. But don’t worry, there are fellow students who want to help with the transition.
Monday, 10 September 2012 09:00

Opportunity in the form of a brown envelope

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Opportunity in the form of a brown envelopeIt came in the form of a big brown envelope, unassumingly thin, with my name printed in small block letters.
Monday, 03 September 2012 09:00

Video: How to start your own firm - Regina Lee

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Video: How to start your own firm - Regina LeeRegina Lee, who started her own general law practice in North York, Ont., last year, gives her thoughts on what she has learned along the way.
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