Features

When Facebook and Twitter are not your friends

When Facebook and Twitter are not your friends

By Ava Chisling

Oversharers beware: social media sites are a treasure trove of damaging evidence in family law cases — and the court is all ears. Read More »

Working social media

By Lyndsie Bourgon

Don't ban it — use it to encourage dialogue. Read More »

Dewey LeBoeuf: Taking the short view

Dewey LeBoeuf: Taking the short view

By Mitch Kowalski

It could never happen to us, right? Read More »

Rule your imagination

Rule your imagination

By Lyndsie Bourgon

How to make creativity work for you Read More »

Where do good ideas come from?

Where do good ideas come from?

By Lyndsie Bourgon

Making the connection between left-brain efficiency and right-brain thought processes needs practice. Here’s how: Read More »

Getting left and right to work together

Getting left and right to work together

By Lyndsie Bourgon

The time has come for the legal marketplace to embrace its inner Picasso. Read More »

Does articling need an overhaul?

Does articling need an overhaul?

By Carol Neshevich

Ontario is struggling with a serious shortage of articling positions. Much of the country faces an imbalance between urban and rural articling spots. Does the system need to change? Read More »

Law in the global marketplace

Law in the global marketplace

By Yves Faguy

For better or for worse, the practice of law isn't what it used to be. Read More »

Watch your reputation

Watch your reputation

By Surranna Sandy

Scrub your online presence until it shines in the eyes of potential employers. Read More »

Same old...or not?

Same old...or not?

By Jim Rossiter

Globalization, technology and uncertain economic are altering  the legal services marketplace as never before. Four lawyers with very different backgrounds share their thoughts about the skills you need to succeed. Read More »