- A big part of it: whatever works for you
|First thing to do is write an outline.|
- What your college yearbook photo could say about your future success
|Robert C. Sheehan of Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom LLP|
- The formal recruiting process isn’t the only way to land a law job
|Being rejected during the recruiting process does not mean the end of your law career. illustration: Shutterstock|
- Law schools use external reviews to sharpen their visions for the future
|UNB law dean Ian Peach says external reviews help faculties think about the way forward.|
Canada’s commercial code, as it stands now, does not accommodate nearly any of the special needs of First Nation communities. The code does not incorporate any of the special traditions in aboriginal communities nor does it clearly outline the differences in doing business on First Nation reserves. For these reasons, commercial businesses are often reluctant to do business on First Nation reserves.
In light of the Maclean’s and Toronto Star’s recent articles about Asian students in Canadian universities — it’s certainly not “too Asian” yet in the legal community. Just when issues of diversity and the integration of visible minorities have landed again on the debate table, last weekend’s fourth annual Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers conference addressed these issues in the legal profession.