Law

No, asking lawyers to write a statement of principles does not violate the right to free speech // Featured

We have the chance to write a statement that we’re proud to stand behind. We shouldn’t pass it up

10 Years 2017

How Precedent began // Cover Story

September 7, 2017

The editors sit down to reflect on the magazine’s origins and legacy

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The legal job market shows signs of recovery // Exhibit A

September 7, 2017

At some of the largest firms on Bay Street, business is booming

On the record Fall 2017

How to grow a law firm during a recession // On the Record

September 7, 2017

Two Bay Street firms give us their secret formula for doing just that

Photo by Ian Patterson

Why I love print, for better or worse // Editor’s Note

September 6, 2017

A love letter to print media

Searching for answers

Meet the lawyers working to end violence against Indigenous women

May 30, 2017

This Spring, the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls is set to begin its two year investigation. Here’s what the legal team hopes to achieve

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In the age of Donald Trump, we cannot fight bigotry in a measured tone // Opinion

May 30, 2017

And yet, our profession continues its siege on incivility

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How to run a legal clinic like a startup // Exhibit A

May 30, 2017

A group of Toronto legal clinics have moved into one office space, helping them share ideas and cut costs

The lucrative days of document review are over // Cover Story

March 7, 2017

Document review used to make lawyers rich. Now it’s left the building and Bay Street is scrambling to adapt