Monday, 27 April 2009 06:59 Written by Gail J. Cohen
Monday, 20 April 2009 05:41 Written by Nicole Suen Phillips and Patrick J.J. Phillips
Philip Slayton, in his article entitled “Moral Neutrality is No Longer Enough” (Canadian Lawyer, February 2009), argues that the given the ethical problems of the 21st century, the practice of moral “neutrality” in the legal profession is no longer sustainable and must be left behind.
Monday, 23 March 2009 07:25 Written by Craig Cormack
Ask any lawyer and she will tell you that practising law is hazardous to your health, and that the guilty party is stress.
Tuesday, 17 February 2009 05:59 Written by Larry Keating
In today’s unstable economic environment, Canadian businesses will look to cut costs where they can. Law firms, big or small, will be no different. Most law firms fall into the small business category of less than 99 employees, which make up 97.8 per cent of all businesses operating in Canada, according to StatsCan.