October 2016 • Volume 40, Issue 10
Written by Shannon KariIssue Date: October 2016The federal process for appointing judges has been highly murky, and hopes are high for real reforms
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Written by Michael McKiernanIssue Date: October 2016Glenford Jameson was an early adopter when it came to podcast listening.
Written by Michael McKiernanIssue Date: October 2016Awareness about cyberbreaches has reached the mainstream, but the law is still nascent
- Subtitle Legal Report: Insurance
Written by Jim MiddlemissIssue Date: October 2016Sidney Green’s fight with the Manitoba Law Society has become the most expensive continuing education course that he never took.
Written by Tim WilburIssue Date: October 2016Our cover story this month is on the federal process for appointing judges, and as several experts told us, it is a highly secretive process. But the fact it lacks transparency is not really the biggest problem — it is the lack of diversity once the judges are picked.