The Law Society has reduced its annual lawyer fees // On the Record

March 3, 2020

And it’s managed to do so without cutting any services

Kathryn Hendrikx cover image

The Inaugural Precedent Innovation Awards

December 3, 2019

People, projects and ideas that are improving the profession

Breanna Needham

Breanna Needham’s Robing Room Campaign // The Inaugural Precedent Innovation Awards

December 3, 2019

A public initiative that pressured the Law Society of Ontario to convert its spacious men’s robing room into a gender-neutral space

Lenczner Slaght Lawyers Shara Roy, Tom Curry and Brian Kolenda.

Lenczner Slaght’s R&R Lounge // The Inaugural Precedent Innovation Awards

December 3, 2019

A place for students to relax during summer-job interviews on Bay Street

The Zone

The Zone at Borden Ladner Gervais // The Inaugural Precedent Innovation Awards

December 3, 2019

A tech-forward meeting room, designed to foster creative discussions in the workplace

Cloud-based management tool

Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt’s Undertaking Management Tool // The Inaugural Precedent Innovation Awards

December 3, 2019

A cloud-based platform that streamlines one of the most expensive stages of a lawsuit

Diving Board

Gowling WLG’s Third-Party Demand Manual // The Inaugural Precedent Innovation Awards

December 3, 2019

A user-friendly web application that makes it easy to answer one of the thorniest questions in banking law

Kathryn Hendrikx

Kathryn Hendrikx’s The Ontario Family Law Forms Project // The Inaugural Precedent Innovation Awards

December 3, 2019

A software program that helps family-law litigants fill out paperwork on the cheap

Melissa Kluger

To innovate in law, we need to think small // Editor’s Note

December 3, 2019

The trick is to look at your daily work and find smart ways to make it better

This 30-year-old is one of the top class-action lawyers in the city // Best Practices

September 4, 2019

Joshua Mandryk uses his talent to protect the most vulnerable workers