Anastasiya Jogal

Anastasiya Jogal

Monday, 15 February 2016 09:00

Video: Osler hacks Big Law

Video: Osler hacks Big LawA recent hackathon presented by Osler in conjunction with Ryerson University explored Big Law issues the law profession faces today. One group suggested capping partner earnings while another presented an internal solution to avoid money laundering.
Monday, 15 February 2016 09:00

Osler hacks Big Law

A recent hackathon presented by Osler in conjunction with Ryerson University explored Big Law issues the law profession faces today. One group suggested capping partner earnings while another presented an internal solution to avoid money laundering.
Video: YorkU criminology conference addresses sex-worker, marijuana, and carding laws – Part 2 of 2In part two of two series of the York University criminology academic conference Osgoode law student discusses his continued struggle with carding and suggests allocating resources meant for policing toward community initiatives.
In part two of two series of the York University criminology academic conference Osgoode law student discusses his continued struggle with carding and suggests allocating resources meant for policing toward community initiatives.
Video: YorkU criminology conference addresses sex-worker, marijuana, and carding laws – Part 1 of 2York University’s criminology conference brought together pre-law hopefuls to examine the most relevant criminal law issues Canada faces today. Presenters covered prostitution, marijuana, and carding legislation. Anastasiya Jogal reports.
York University’s criminology conference brought together pre-law hopefuls to examine the most relevant criminal law issues Canada faces today. Presenters covered prostitution, marijuana, and carding legislation.
Sumra Mahmood says she decided to go to UVic because of its focus on social justice and access to justice.
Sumra Mahmood says she decided to go to UVic because of its focus on social justice and access to justice.
The University of Victoria Faculty of Law has established the Access to Justice Centre for Excellence with plans for five research projects to help determine need in the province.
Shobhita Soor never thought that her law degree would lead to insect farming.
Shobhita Soor never thought that her law degree would lead to insect farming.
Recent McGill University law grad Shobhita Soor says she is “grateful to be in good company,” after being recognized by Forbes magazine as a breakout talent of 2016 30 Under 30 list
Source: Law Job Exchange survey
Source: Law Job Exchange survey
Finding work in the legal profession after graduation can be tough, with a recent survey showing just 46 per cent of law grads in Ontario and Quebec found meaningful work in less than six months following completion of their articles.
“Single parents and individuals from lower socio-economic backgrounds rightly find the prospect of an additional $100,000 of law school debt to be daunting,” says legal educator Omar Ha-Redeye.
“Single parents and individuals from lower socio-economic backgrounds rightly find the prospect of an additional $100,000 of law school debt to be daunting,” says legal educator Omar Ha-Redeye.
North American statistics show applications to law schools are down and tuition is rising at some schools, but the appetite for legal education is still strong, say educators.
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