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Monday, 16 May 2016 10:00

Are you ready for your close-up?

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Are you ready for your close-up?Video is the new normal, and if you don’t have it now, you are not considered tech savvy. A few considerations before you attempt to shoot yourself on your smartphone.

People being people equals lots of data breachesVerizon has just published its 2016 Data Breach Investigation Report and as always it makes for compelling, if grim, reading.
The ‘Dickensian hellscape’ of our jailsImagine a jail so devoid of humanity that guards stand idly by while a pregnant woman gives birth on the cold concrete floor of her jail cell; a jail so lawless that guards can brutalize inmates and then cover up the abuse with impunity; a jail so overcrowded inmates are forced to sleep in wet shower cells; a jail so short-sighted that people presumed innocent are warehoused without access to any rehabilitative programs; a jail so horrible the inmates are literally driven insane.
Who counts? Transparency and inclusion in the 2016 censusWhat if the Canadian census form required participants to choose either English or French in answer to the question, “Which language do you speak most often at home?” Many Canadians — one in five, according to the 2011 census — would be perplexed about how to answer this question, since neither is correct.
Monday, 16 May 2016 09:00

Creativity, budgets, and Wi-Fi

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Creativity, budgets, and Wi-Fi“Happiness lies in the joy of achievement and the thrill of the creative effort.”
–    Franklin D. Roosevelt –   
Monday, 09 May 2016 09:51

Aboriginal sentencing needs to be refined

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Aboriginal sentencing needs to be refinedI have been practising law in Nunavut for about a decade. It is a practice totally different than that in the south.
Monday, 09 May 2016 09:00

The other side of succession planning

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The other side of succession planningSuccession planning for lawyers is a topic law societies across the country are emphasizing. Understandably, much of the discussion has been directed towards exiting lawyers. With an increasing number of lawyers reaching retirement age, many practices will require a succession plan and succeeding lawyers.
How I learned to stop worrying and love my first client (part 1)“I assume you’re calling me because you’ve reviewed the file. So, what’s the theory of the case? Have you started researching the personal liability of sole shareholders?”
Playing field in sexual abuse cases must be levelled furtherThe cover story of this month’s Canadian Lawyer magazine underscores how little has really changed in the criminal justice system in terms of prevailing attitudes against women.
Video: Practice Made Perfect - How to become a trusted adviserFor lawyers, the holy grail of business development is to become a “trusted adviser,” but how does one achieve it? In this month’s episode, business development coach Jane Southren talks about earning that vaulted status.
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