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June, 2018
  • Attracting foreign workers

    Immigration lawyers say federal and provincial business immigration programs have improved but challenges remain.
  • Marijuana and the workplace

    What challenges will the impending legalization bring for employers?
  • A woman's place

    The flight of women out of criminal law is well documented, and those who stay face many obstacles. Low rates of legal aid, fewer backup office resources or legal mentors and a lack of outside assistance if a lawyer is going on maternity leave can all have an impact.
  • Managing #MeToo

    Workplaces across Canada are finally acknowledging the need to address sexual misconduct.



  • Philip Slayton

    Politicized law schools

    Law schools that want to promote political viewpoints are misled about their purpose.
  • Neill May

    Banking on Corporate

    Disclosure decisions gone wrong

    When there are dumb questions posed — and, occasionally, unfortunate answers received — the market will continue to see long lawyerly disclosures.
  • Jim Middlemiss

    Capitalizing on cannabis

    As the lazy, hazy days of summer approach, most lawyers are focused on their holiday vacations. Not so for Canada’s budding crop of cannabis counsel.
  • Tim Wilbur

    Editor's Desk

    The traditional workplace revisited

    How can lawyers and law firms adjust to the changing workplace? In this issue, we explore how work is changing for lawyers as well as their clients.
  • Christiane Saad

    The ‘Communi-T’ lawyer

    Lawyers need many skills to thrive in today’s market, but they also need to be connected to their community.


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