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The power to assess solicitor-client privilege

The power to assess solicitor-client privilege

By Mark Bourrie

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The trials of handling sexual assault cases

By Justin Ling

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Budget 2016: What’s in it for justice

Budget 2016: What’s in it for justice

By Justin Ling

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Encryption technology and the law in Canada

Encryption technology and the law in Canada

By Justin Ling

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In-house counsel and the sound administration of justice

In-house counsel and the sound administration of justice

By Frédéric Pérodeau

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The road to partnership

The road to partnership

By Sarah MacFadyen

Hard work and patience pays off for business-savvy associates.

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Shaking up the Academy

Shaking up the Academy

By Leo Singer

It’s time legal education reflected the reality of today’s marketplace.

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The race against climate change

The race against climate change

By Yves Faguy

Governments made a lot of promises in Paris. Who’s going to make sure they follow through?

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TV Lawyers: Ethics? What ethics?

TV Lawyers: Ethics? What ethics?

By Gavin & Brooke MacKenzie

TV lawyers give the rest of us a bad name.

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The ABS Experiment

The ABS Experiment

By Neil Rose

Like any enterprise, legal businesses in the UK experience ups and downs. It doesn’t mean outside ownership is a bad idea.

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Rethinking the judicial appointment process

Rethinking the judicial appointment process

By Omar Ha-Redeye

Judges are always right - unless they’re successfully appealed.

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Creative Licence: Elizabeth Reid, the Performer

Creative Licence: Elizabeth Reid, the Performer

By CBA/ABC National

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