Law

Whatever happened to Michael Bryant? // Cover Story

December 5, 2016

After his involvement in a car accident in 2009 that left a cyclist dead, Bryant all but disappeared. Seven years later, Precedent found the former attorney general working in the trenches of criminal law. Here’s how he got there

We need to help our prisoners safely take drugs // Opinion

December 5, 2016

That’s the only way to solve the HIV and hepatitis epidemic in prisons

How Michael Bryant ended up on this issue’s cover // Editor’s Note

December 5, 2016

After the car accident that bobtailed his political career, the former attorney general went quiet

Law-Practice-Program

The LPP lives on

November 10, 2016

The Law Society of Upper Canada votes to continue the Law Practice Program for at least two more years

Scrapping the LPP would be a bullshit move // Editorial

October 17, 2016

If the Law Society really cares about diversity in the legal profession, here’s its chance to show it

Ontario’s laws make no sense for same-sex couples who have kids // Opinion

September 6, 2016

So a team of lawyers is trying to change them

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Will a robot take your job? // Cross Examination

September 6, 2016

If you’re a legal assistant, it probably will

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How Stikeman Elliott is fighting unconscious bias // Exhibit A

September 6, 2016

Hint: it’s using pie charts

Danielle Robitaille, Lawyer, Henein Hutchison

Is Danielle Robitaille the next legal icon? // Best Practices

May 24, 2016

You probably know her as Marie Henein’s protegé and right hand in the sexual-assault trial of Jian Ghomeshi. Here’s the rest of her story