Law

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

Joshua Mandryk uses his talent to protect the most vulnerable workers

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Ryerson University wants to change legal education forever // Exhibit A

September 4, 2019

The new law school at Ryerson wants its graduates to overhaul the legal profession and solve the access-to-justice crisis. No pressure

How I wrestled with the idea of leaving Bay Street // Opinion

June 27, 2019

It often felt like I couldn’t do anything that wasn’t docketable

Amira Abouali

How this banking lawyer thrived in the middle of the recession // sponsored content

May 29, 2019

Amira Abouali enrolled in the Osgoode Professional LLM, where she became a master of modern caselaw

Jolie Lin

How the Law Practice Program at Ryerson University creates new jobs // sponsored content

May 29, 2019

The BMO legal team doesn’t run its own articling program, but that hasn’t stopped it from taking on LPP candidates

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

Pot of Gold

How big firms decide what to pay each partner // Cover Story

March 6, 2019

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