Melissa Kluger, editor, Precedent magazine

The lawyers driving change in 2015 // Editor's Note

December 2, 2015

Precedent's editor-in-chief kicks off the Winter issue with a look back at some of the year's big moments

Renatta Austin

How Renatta Austin built a public-interest firm out of the Great Library // Best Practices

December 2, 2015

Her inventive business model lets her represent low-income clients and pay her student loans

Does family law need lawyers? // Exhibit A

December 2, 2015

In Washington, limited licence legal technicians can give legal advice in family law without a law degree. Will Ontario follow suit?

Why @BadLegalLLP is the one firm you should be following on Twitter // On the Record

December 2, 2015

A satirical Twitter feed strikes comedic gold by mocking everything lawyers hold dear

Jeremiah Raining Bird

How Aboriginal lawyers are fixing the mess Canada made // Cover Story

December 2, 2015

Aboriginal people are over-represented in prisons. The justice system flies in the face of their cultures. And the consequences of residential schools are still felt today. Yet Aboriginal lawyers are working to make things better. Meet three of them

How lawyers can help Syrian refugees come to Canada // Opinion

December 2, 2015

The Syrian refugee crisis has sent millions into unimaginable misery. Here’s how lawyers can help

The Don Jail in Toronto

A new life for the old Don Jail // The Discovery

December 2, 2015

Go have a picnic in front of the historic old building

Inside the headquarters of Henein Hutchison

December 2, 2015

A peek inside the gleaming white offices of Henein Hutchison LLP, a stark modernist space that looks like no other firm in the city

Kit and Ace

The undeniable appeal of machine-washable cashmere // The Referral

December 2, 2015

Two thumbs up for Kit and Ace