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In the final of four videos from Canadian Lawyer's roundtable series law firm management, moderated by editorial director Gail J. Cohen and sponsored by the Phoenix Legal Group, our panel of lawyer and non-lawyer management gurus examine the growing articling crisis. This hot topic is on the minds of many law students and continues to be a vexing issue for the profession.

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Brian Hilbers, left, and David Gore offer up ways to have legal positively impact the bottom line. Photo: Jennifer Brown
Brian Hilbers, left, and David Gore offer up ways to have legal positively impact the bottom line. Photo: Jennifer Brown
Aligning the goals of the business with the goals of a legal department is often discussed as an ideal model but how many in-house counsel actually achieve that while at the same time fighting against the constant tide of work flowing into their departments?
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Monday, 16 January 2012 07:08

2012: A year that could be

b_150_0_16777215_00___images_stories_01-CANADIANLawyer_Columnists_stephen-mabey.jpgAmong my holiday readings I came across a concept long forgotten from James P. Carse’s book Finite and Infinite Games, which has some real relevance to law firms in 2012. To paraphrase it, law firms will gravitate towards two types of firms:
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Sunday, 01 February 2009 07:33

Editor's Box - The only constant is change

Regular readers of Canadian Lawyer InHouse will no doubt notice a few changes in this edition.
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