How Sheetal Nanda combined entertainment and immigration law to create a unique legal practice // Featured

Her career has been fueled by imagination and ingenuity, the central arrows in any creator’s quiver

Accident benefits, employment, in-house opportunities and more // Quit Your Job Friday

February 21, 2020

Check out our roundup of the latest job posts from the Precedent A-List

How to use LinkedIn to boost your legal career

January 27, 2020

In order to get noticed, create an attention-grabbing profile and share quality content

To Arieh Bloom, the world of estate law is “commercial litigation on steroids” // Best Practices

December 3, 2019

Estate litigation has it all: family secrets, human drama and courtroom plot twists

What’s the best time to start investing? // sponsored content

December 3, 2019

It’s easy to put off long-term goals like investing. But if you want to safeguard your financial future, you need to act now

How this all-star mediator built a fulfilling practice // sponsored content

December 3, 2019

After reaching a plateau in his career, Frank Gomberg decided to enroll in the Osgoode Professional LLM

Bay Street is handing out raises to articling students at a frenzied pace // On the Record

December 3, 2019

“The cost of living, housing, tuition and billing rates have all gone up. Firms are catching up”

These lawyers fight for the disenfranchised and still manage to pay the rent // Cover Story

September 4, 2019

In a legal system that’s chronically underfunded and getting worse, it’s harder than ever to represent those in need. But it’s not impossible

Melissa Kluger

To drive social change, we need to get creative // Editor’s Note

September 4, 2019

An ice cream shop was wreaking havoc in my neighbourhood, so I took action on social media

How this general counsel learned to see the big picture // sponsored content

September 4, 2019

After Aleksandra Zivanovic completed the Osgoode Professional LLM, she was a more methodical litigator

Osgoode Hall

If the Law Society repeals the statement of principles, it would be an act of betrayal // Opinion

June 20, 2019

Our regulator would be reneging on its commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion