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Precedent 2020 innovation awards feature

The 2020 Precedent Innovation Awards // Featured

Meet 10 daring lawyers who’ve toppled long-held traditions in the name of making the profession better

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CommercialList.com // The 2020 Precedent Innovation Awards

December 1, 2020

A user-friendly website that outlines how to practise effectively at one of Ontario’s most specialized courts

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Pay Prompt // The 2020 Precedent Innovation Awards

December 1, 2020

A software program that helps construction companies track payment deadlines in accordance with industry regulations

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GC Forum // The 2020 Precedent Innovation Awards

December 1, 2020

An organization that brings together senior lawyers on small in-house teams, so they can make connections and discuss common problems

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Law in the Time of COVID-19 // The 2020 Precedent Innovation Awards

December 1, 2020

A podcast that updates listeners on the ongoing legal implications of the coronavirus crisis

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Slingshot // The 2020 Precedent Innovation Awards

December 1, 2020

An online subscription service that allows businesses to purchase regular legal advice at a fixed monthly cost

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Mobilaw // The 2020 Precedent Innovation Awards

December 1, 2020

A mobile law office that provides clients with a safe place to meet their lawyer during the COVID-19 pandemic

Melissa Kluger

The true meaning of innovation // Editor’s Note

December 1, 2020

Innovation doesn’t necessarily mean new. Sometimes, it’s about finding a creative way to revive an old tradition

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Going to court in the time of COVID // Best Picture

December 1, 2020

One lawyer’s account of entering Old City Hall during the pandemic

How to take your legal library online // sponsored content

October 7, 2020

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