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How big firms decide what to pay each partner // Featured

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

Osgoode Hall

The results of the Ontario bencher election are a major setback // Editorial

May 2, 2019

It’s hard to remain optimistic about the future of the profession

Michael Herman

How mental illness almost ended this Bay Street lawyer’s career // The Insider

March 6, 2019

Michael Herman opens up about his struggle with depression

Melissa Kluger

It’s time to launch a lawyer-empowerment movement // Editor’s Note

March 1, 2019

Innovation in the legal profession is really difficult. We want to celebrate lawyers who have pulled it off


What do the benchers at the Law Society of Ontario actually do? // On the Record

March 1, 2019

As the bencher election draws near, much of their work remains mysterious

The lawyer of the future has already arrived

January 23, 2019

And legal education is keeping pace


The untold history of the legal profession // Cover Story

December 4, 2018

Sexist. Anti-Semitic. Racist. Over the past two centuries, the leaders of the legal profession have continued to fail those on the margins of our society

Law books

It’s time to axe the bar exam // Editor’s Note

December 4, 2018

The exam can be an unfair barrier for people with mental illness. And our profession would be better off without it

Opinion-Hair Apparent by Salini Perera

Too many lawyers have to conceal their true identities at the office // Opinion

December 4, 2018

It’s time to redefine what it means to look like a lawyer

Osgoode Hall

Have you seen the Law Society’s new logo?

December 3, 2018

The coat of arms has been replaced with a modern icon that might also represent a fintech startup