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Monday, 14 March 2016 09:00

The hiring process: Know what you want

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The hiring process: Know what you wantIn a few months, articling candidates and freshly called lawyers will be pounding the pavement looking for positions.
Monday, 29 February 2016 09:00

The perfect time for a law commission revival

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The perfect time for a law commission revivalParliament is currently wrestling with the issue of physician-assisted dying. This is an issue that is often religious, perhaps cultural, but always legal. Now is the time that Parliament could benefit from the wisdom and experience of a revived law reform commission.
Electoral ‘reform’ and the legal profession in CanadaThe federal Liberal government’s stated intention to bring about electoral “reform” without a referendum brings to mind Lord Acton’s famous dictum: “Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” Sadly, notwithstanding the legal profession’s historical role in protecting the rights we enjoy in modern Canada, a very large percentage of lawyers are unaware of this intention. They should be.
‘Priming’ the legal brain for effective diversity & inclusion strategiesIn the modern economy, firms and in-house legal departments around the globe understand that adapting to rapid change is the new normal. Organizations that thrive appreciate that change must be managed for them to grow.
Monday, 29 February 2016 09:00

Video: Practice Made Perfect – Back to Basics

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Video: Practice Made Perfect – Back to BasicsIn her first episode of Practice Made Perfect, business development coach Jane Southren wants to get back to basics and talk to you about three foundational principles that you can use to help guide you when deciding how to spend your business development time.
Monday, 22 February 2016 10:03

President Trump as torturer-in-chief

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President Trump as torturer-in-chiefI’m in cool but sunny New York as I write this, escaping the pounding rain that has engulfed Vancouver over the past few weeks. One word has jumped out at me during my stay in NYC. The word is on more buildings here than I cared to imagine. That word is “Trump.”
Monday, 22 February 2016 09:00

Case assessments: do them early and often

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Case assessments: do them early and oftenThe great Yogi Berra once said, “If you don’t know where you are going you’ll end up someplace else.”
Kanthasamy and the spring cleaning of immigration lawThe far-reaching effects of the Supreme Court of Canada decision in Kanthasamy v. Canada (Citizenship and Immigration) are causing tremors through the immigration system, at all levels.
Shield or sword? The new EU-U.S. Privacy ShieldOn Feb. 2, European and American officials announced they had met their deadline to come up with a new framework for transatlantic legal data transfer between the United States and Europe — a new “EU-U.S. Privacy Shield.”
Think Making a Murderer can’t happen in Canada? Think againThe super-popular Netflix docu-series Making a Murderer has taken popular culture by storm (some people — like me — have even been podcasting about it).
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