With the Precedent team taking a break for the holidays, there’s no better time to catch up on our coverage of the year’s legal issues.
Here are five of the top stories from our website over the last 12 months.
An inside look at how to make partner
Last winter, we asked industry insiders to reveal the secrets behind partnership. Here’s what they had to say.
Hireback Watch 2013
Toronto firms hired back fewer articling students as first-year associates compared to last year. Check out our firm-by-firm breakdown.
Canada’s first bulletproof business suit
This fall, a Toronto retailer proved that cutting-edge technology can still look great on the catwalk. But are the clothes even legal?
The year’s most creative job search
A recent law school grad took out a classified ad to find an articling position. What were the results?
Ontario reveals two new options for law grads get licensed
Students can now become full-fledged lawyers — without articling — by taking the Law Practice Program (LPP).
Photo of Ryerson Univeristy: William Mewes