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4Students visited McCarthy Tétrault LLP’s Toronto office to find out more about student recruitment at the firm.

McGill University law student Michael Glasz helped produce an animated 3D short film called The Chaperone, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sept. 11.
Osgoode Hall Law School adjunct professor Peter Jenkins discusses a new course called Legal values: Law, ethics & social media.

On March 14, students and faculty at Osgoode Hall Law School hosted a drag show to raise funds for the Wendy Babcock bursary. The late law student advocated sex workers’ rights and became an inspiration to many.

Lucille D'Souza, senior counsel in the RBC General Counsel Group and co-chairwoman of RBC's diversity committee, discusses the company's aboriginal articling program.

Pro Bono Students Canada held an event with former Supreme Court of Canada justice Claire L'Heureux-Dubé at McCarthy Tétrault LLP's Montreal office on Jan. 10 where law students were able to ask questions.
Regina Lee, who started her own general law practice in North York, Ont., last year, gives her thoughts on what she has learned along the way.
Toronto lawyer Elmé Schmid, who started her own criminal and regulatory law firm earlier this year, shares her tips on how to get off on the right foot.
Youth advocate Michelle Dagnino discusses how she's used her law degree to further her work as an advocate for young people.
Oded Orgil, regional associate vice president of Manulife Financial, practised law for a short while before jumping into an alternate career that made use of his legal skills.
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