Mallory Hendry

Mallory Hendry

Mallory Hendry is associate editor for Canadian Lawyer. Mallory is dedicated to delivering the latest news in legal education across Canada. She contributes to both print and online content.
Odds ever in law students’ favour at Law GamesDalhousie University’s law school made the hometown crowd proud coming out as the overall winner of this year’s Law Games.
Monday, 05 January 2015 08:00

How to put the happy back in your day

Lawyer-turned-therapist Melanie Banka Goela says building healthy habits throughout the year is manageable if you start small.
Lawyer-turned-therapist Melanie Banka Goela says building healthy habits throughout the year is manageable if you start small.
Melanie Banka Goela has a pretty unique role at Osgoode Hall Law School.
TWU president Bob Kuhn said the university now has to consider its options but is committed to having a law school.
TWU president Bob Kuhn said the university now has to consider its options but is committed to having a law school.
The fight is far from over for Trinity Western University and its fledgling law school.
WeirFoulds partner Ryan Morris speaks with Canadian Lawyer InHouse editor Jennifer Brown about tax and the Canada Revenue Agency's Volunteer Disclosures Program. To read and answer all of the questions in this month's quiz, go to the digital edition here.
The University of Calgary’s Alice Woolley is moving her law classes into the future.
The University of Calgary’s Alice Woolley is moving her law classes into the future.
University of Calgary Faculty of Law associate dean Alice Woolley insists she is not tech-savvy. She can check her e-mail on her smartphone, and recently learned to set an alarm, but a technological whiz she is not, she says.
Associate dean Trevor Farrow says Osgoode’s team effort with UBC could be the beginning of more virtual distance learning.
Associate dean Trevor Farrow says Osgoode’s team effort with UBC could be the beginning of more virtual distance learning.
Like many great ideas, the International Justice and Human Rights Clinic was a collaborative effort.
Monday, 17 November 2014 09:45

Cross-examined: Jagmeet Singh

Ontario MP Jagmeet Singh talks to Canadian Lawyer about he got into the practise of law.
Sometimes recent law graduates see passion and practicality collide as they graduate with noble public-interest aspirations and are hit with the reality of having to pay off often six-figure debt loads.
DART members include (left to right): Martin Hui, Allison Williams, Nadia Klein, Avnish Nanda, Toby Samson, Douglas Judson, and Brendan Monahan (Photo: Michael Litwack)
DART members include (left to right): Martin Hui, Allison Williams, Nadia Klein, Avnish Nanda, Toby Samson, Douglas Judson, and Brendan Monahan (Photo: Michael Litwack)
Dean Ian Holloway says 2015 curricular changes aim to keep up with changing times.
Dean Ian Holloway says 2015 curricular changes aim to keep up with changing times.
Ian Holloway, law dean at the University of Calgary, says there are a few things those in the legal field know: the profession is changing and students are progressively less involved. That’s led to changes in the way the school teaches law.
President of the Law Students Society of Ontario Doug Judson thinks the mode of assessing law students’ abilities is outdated.
President of the Law Students Society of Ontario Doug Judson thinks the mode of assessing law students’ abilities is outdated.
How much weight should a law student’s grades be given? Does a student’s sub-par academic performance automatically mean they would be a sub-par lawyer? Are exams a fair way to measure professional competency? How much consideration should each individual’s backstory be given?
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