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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.
Monday, 03 September 2012 09:00

Striving for equilibrio

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Striving for equilibrioEquilibrio: the Spanish word for balance, my favourite word after three years of living in Spain (tapas was its only major competitor).
Monday, 03 September 2012 09:00

Know what you’re getting into

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 Know what you’re getting intoWith summer coming to a close 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 1, we get a current student at a large, commercial law firm to provide some thoughts on what you should be looking into before and while putting together your application package.
Monday, 03 September 2012 09:00

UBC making aboriginal law course mandatory

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A 41-foot house post was installed outside of the University of British Columbia Faculty of Law's new building Allard Hall earlier this year. Photo: Andy Fang
A 41-foot house post was installed outside of the University of British Columbia Faculty of Law's new building Allard Hall earlier this year. Photo: Andy Fang
Known for its emphasis on teaching aboriginal law, the University of British Columbia Faculty of Law is taking it one step further by making it a mandatory component of the curriculum.
Video: How to start your own firm - Elmé SchmidToronto lawyer Elmé Schmid, who started her own criminal and regulatory law firm earlier this year, shares her tips on how to get off on the right foot.
Monday, 20 August 2012 09:00

A taste of the real world

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Western law students worked with U.S. colleagues on a report about agricultural bankruptcy law. Photo: Shutterstock
Western law students worked with U.S. colleagues on a report about agricultural bankruptcy law. Photo: Shutterstock
In line with its self-proclaimed “international outlook,” four Western University Faculty of Law students got the rare opportunity to work with their American counterparts this summer on a project for the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
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