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October 2014 • Volume 38, Issue 10
    • Subtitle Cover Story
    Written by Jennifer Brown
    Issue Date: September 2014
    The practice of law is always evolving as new influences such as technology add complexity to how lawyers solve problems…
  • Written by Arshy Mann
    Issue Date: September 2014
    In 2011, an RCMP officer called Karen MacKinnon at her home in Drumheller, Alta. and asked her to come into…
    • Subtitle Legal Report: E-discovery
    Written by Shane Schick
    Issue Date: September 2014
    Anne Glover will admit it: She sometimes misses all those banker’s boxes. Well, maybe not all the banker’s boxes. “I…

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    • Subtitle Cross Examined
    Written by Dale Smith
    Issue Date: September 2014
    There are many words to describe Donald Bayne, a member of the defence bar for some 43 years, but one of his associates has a choice few. “You would expect him to be incredibly intimidating but he’s not so at all,” says Meaghan Thomas, one of Bayne’s colleagues at Bayne…

Columns

    • Subtitle Back Page
    Written by Jim Middlemiss
    Issue Date: September 2014
    Law firms looking to secure their future need to hire more technology experts, not lawyers. It’s one of the key takeaways from the “Legal Technology Future Horizons” report from the International Legal Technology Association.
    • Subtitle Editor's Desk
    Written by Gail J. Cohen
    Issue Date: September 2014
    A generous amount of this month’s issue of Canadian Lawyer is dedicated to technology and the law. Technology in its various forms and permutations have and continue to transform legal practice and while this issue began with a plan for a special report on e-discovery, it organically morphed into a…
 

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