The engine of every law firm is the compensation committee. It determines which partners make the most — and the least — money. These judgments can encourage collaboration. Or they can promote selfishness and kill morale. Here’s how they work
After more than a decade of stagnation, rookie associates on Bay Street get a raise
Despite Uber’s recent string of scandals, Jeremy Millard has never lost faith in the company’s mission
How the criminal-defence lawyer has become one of the profession’s most prominent voices
In the wake of the #MeToo movement, the number of complaints against Ontario lawyers has nearly doubled
This isn’t another story telling you that lawyers are depressed. It’s a story about a professional culture that is itself sick. It’s about bullying, loneliness, imposter syndrome and rage. But it’s also about lawyers who have found hope and strength…
This issue’s cover story on mental health was incredibly difficult to report. The main reason was stigma.
And it all started at Fasken
“It won’t solve the problem of court delays or legal-aid funding, but more people would have access to affordable legal advice”
Who ever said legal clinics can’t be innovative?