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May 2015 • Volume 39, Issue 5
    • Subtitle Top 10 Arbitration chambers, Aboriginal law boutiques
    Written by Shannon Kari
    Issue Date: May 2015
    The Top 10 Arbitration chambers and Top 5 Aboriginal law boutiquesThe reason so many judges are continuing to work as…
    • Subtitle Cover Story
    Written by Gail J. Cohen
    Issue Date: May 2015
    Law firms are broken. For the profession’s long-term survival, the structure of the traditional partnership — and the traditional partner…
    • Subtitle Top 10 personal injury boutiques
    Written by Shannon Kari
    Issue Date: May 2015
    The Top 10 Personal injury boutiquesThis year’s top personal injury boutiques boasts two new firms — BolandHowe and Litwiniuk &…
    • Subtitle Legal Report: Forensics & Criminal Law
    Written by Janet Guttsman
    Issue Date: May 2015
    A compassionate and moving ruling from a Toronto judge has focused attention on Gladue courts and other support mechanisms for…

Departments

    • Subtitle Cross Examined
    Written by Jennifer Brown
    Issue Date: May 2015
    In her years on the bench, Carol Baird Ellan had a front row seat to the challenges facing the underprivileged in society. Now she wants to try and effect change from a different perch — elected politician. “I have a passion for the justice system. There are things I’d like…

Columns

    • Subtitle Back Page
    Written by Jim Middlemiss
    Issue Date: May 2015
    I’m tired of “no comment.” It’s a hackneyed phrase that lawyers (and organizations) rely on far too often and doesn’t serve a client’s interest. There’s nothing that suggests guilt more than seeing a lawyer or client running the media gauntlet trying to shove cameras out of the way or cloak…
    • Subtitle Editor's Desk
    Written by Gail J. Cohen
    Issue Date: May 2015
    “Minivation.” That’s what Bill Pentney, who runs Canada’s largest law firm, calls the first and most important step to innovation.
 

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