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.
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President of the Law Students Society of Ontario Doug Judson thinks the mode of assessing law students’ abilities is outdated.
President of the Law Students Society of Ontario Doug Judson thinks the mode of assessing law students’ abilities is outdated.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?
Faculty of Law's founding dean, Lee Stuesser (from left); John B. Laskin; Barbara Laskin; President & vice-chancellor of Lakehead University Dr. Brian Stevenson.
Faculty of Law's founding dean, Lee Stuesser (from left); John B. Laskin; Barbara Laskin; President & vice-chancellor of Lakehead University Dr. Brian Stevenson.
What’s in a name? For Lakehead University’s Bora Laskin Faculty of Law, it represents quite a legacy.
Dean Lorne Sossin suggested a Twitter contest asking students to submit innovative ideas for ‘future history.’
Dean Lorne Sossin suggested a Twitter contest asking students to submit innovative ideas for ‘future history.’
More than 100 years ago — 125 on Oct. 7, to be exact — William Reeve made a speech in front of a crowd of law students.
A screenshot of the new web site, JustBalance. Law students can find information and helpful links as well as community-based services for those whose law schools have joined the initiative.
A screenshot of the new web site, JustBalance. Law students can find information and helpful links as well as community-based services for those whose law schools have joined the initiative.
Ten years ago, when Melanie Banka Goela was a student at Osgoode Hall Law School, nobody talked about the stress and pressures associated with being a law student.
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Padraigin Murphy, a second-year law student at the University of Toronto, has a hero. The hero is a friend of Murphy’s who graduated from law school and is now an articling student at a full-service law firm in a small rural community. Her annual salary? $30,000. Her debt load from law school? More than $100,000.
Alissa Saieva first got a taste of the legal life while a student at Central Tech high school.
Alissa Saieva first got a taste of the legal life while a student at Central Tech high school.
Ten years ago, Ron Daniels, then-dean of the University of Toronto Faculty of Law, realized attending law school was a privilege. For him, bringing more diverse students into law school was an access to justice issue, and to help the community and encourage diversity, something needed to be done to reach out — especially in high schools where students were struggling to graduate.
Monday, 08 September 2014 09:00

Law school clinics welcome legal aid funds

LAO’s Aneurin Thomas says getting more students exposed to family law early will benefit everyone.
LAO’s Aneurin Thomas says getting more students exposed to family law early will benefit everyone.
Legal Aid Ontario is filling a gap in access to justice and at the same time giving law students experience and exposure to family law in university legal aid clinics.
Six university-operated clinics will get more than $2 million from LAO to fund family law services programs for low-income Ontarians. The money will be provided over three years.
Craig Forcese says law schools should do a better job of preparing students for the modern practice of law.
Craig Forcese says law schools should do a better job of preparing students for the modern practice of law.
Associate professor Craig Forcese of the common law section at the University of Ottawa is interested in the academic engagement of other law professors, in part the pressure on them to pursue research.
Schulich law school dean Kim Brooks says she’d like to see more academic work following up on what happens to those with a legal education.
Schulich law school dean Kim Brooks says she’d like to see more academic work following up on what happens to those with a legal education.
The Canadian Bar Association’s 2014 Legal Futures report explores some interesting possibilities for law students and their education.
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