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This month, executive coach Debra Forman zeroes in on responding effectively and acting responsibly in all of your communications. Sometimes you need to hit your inner pause button and stop and think before you act or react.

As is customary in her January episodes of Making Rain, executive coach Debra Forman providesan opportunity to commit to taking your personal success to even higher levels by pledging to uphold new business development and practice management resolutions and strategies during the upcoming year.
As the last month of the year, Making Rain columnist Debra Forman says it’s the best time to take a final inventory on where things currently stand with regard to your client service and relationships. It's a golden opportunity to clear 2014 of any outstanding matters or doubts that will diminish your year’s success.
In this month’s Making Rain, executive coach Debra Forman advises that the more proactive you are, the more control you will have of the outcomes, and the more profits you will earn.
Ontario MP Jagmeet Singh talks to Canadian Lawyer about he got into the practise of law.
In this month’s Making Rain, executive coach Debra Forman discusses addressing the elephant in the room. To lead successfully, you must guide, control and manage how you typically react and perform; avoiding tough issues means you have no control of the outcomes.
In this month’s episode, executive coach Debra Forman discusses focusing your efforts on how you bill and value your time. Time should be your biggest ally as it is your dearest asset. Bottom line, you always want to be engaged and focused.
Jessica Salomon spent five years as a war crimes prosecutor but left law to pursue a career in stand-up. Here’s a taste of her wry humour from a recent gig at Ottawa’s Yuk Yuk’s comedy club.

Click here to read Canadian Lawyer’s profile of her.
Lawyers who are successful and effective leaders are recognized and trusted by colleagues and clients. This month, executive coach Debra Forman offers  some tips to become more visible and brand effectively.
Supreme Court Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin told the Canadian Bar Association's council that  2013 has been a “busy and productive year” for top court and that she feels “proud” of the court’s achievements.

The court heard 75 cases and rendered 78 judgements last year, she said. In 60 per cent of cases, the court was unanimous in its decisions. McLachlin cited William vs. British Columbia, R. v. Bedford, and the reference on senate reform as few of the weightier matters the court dealt with.

Here are her full remarks from Aug. 14.
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