The summer 2008 issue of Precedent Magazine

Lawyers left their inhibitions at the office and made some noise playing Rock Band at our launch party. Lawyers + plastic instruments + a few drinks = good times.

Custom suits are no longer the domain of the rich, the obsess, or the abnormally shaped. You may never go back to off-the-rack
Rainmakers are a dime a dozen — at Fraser Milner, political engagement extends well beyond the top of the food chain. Lawyers at FMC trade legal briefs for campaign buttons and prove politics can be good for business.
At the cottage, on a rugged adventure, or just running errands, the right gear will always help you meet your fresh air quota and still keep in touch with the office
Entertainment lawyer Stacey Mitsopulos recently traded condo fees for home ownership. With high ceilings, lots of light, and modern touches, her new home brings high-rise design down to ground level.
As counsel to Toronto Community Housing, John Fox traded Bay Street for Regent Park. He’s built a reputation — and a whole lot more
Diversity policies are a nice idea, but if we really want to keep women in private practice it is profit that will drive the change.