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
The fall 2019 issue of Precedent Magazine
Joshua Mandryk uses his talent to protect the most vulnerable workers
“I find it hard to work for old-school lawyers, who expect you to grab their coffee, pick up dry cleaning and take dictation”
An ice cream shop was wreaking havoc in my neighbourhood, so I took action on social media
The new law school at Ryerson wants its graduates to overhaul the legal profession and solve the access-to-justice crisis. No pressure
You’ve got a first-rate work wardrobe, but do you know how to take care of it?
How Suzanne Jarvie launched a career as a folk singer (without quitting her law job)
What's behind this finding?