Law firm managers struggling to fill roles as demand for lawyers continues: recruiter report

Employers looking for lawyers with 2-3 years experience

BC Supreme Court orders full compensation for victim in three-car collision

The court acknowledged the extensive and lasting changes inflicted on the victim's lifestyle

Alberta Court of Appeal upholds jurisdiction in cross-border divorce case

The couple were married in India before relocating to Canada

Federal Court denies anonymity for Uyghur applicants in permanent residence case

Nonetheless, there will be measures to shield their minor children's information from public access

BC woman wins Provincial Court case against dentist for unauthorized and negligent dental work

She experienced months of physical and emotional distress post-treatment

BC Supreme Court greenlights son's legal action to protect father's estate value in family dispute

He challenged his sister's acquisitions, arguing that they should be part of their father's estate

CBA BC branch slams provincial budget for absence of new funding for family law legal aid

Budget comes after $29M in legal aid funding announced to aid survivors of domestic abuse


Tools such as retrieval-augmented generation can address fears about using AI

His tough-on-crime approach is simplistic and ineffective

Pundits have been predicting the end of the billable hour forever, but AI is different

Prosecutors are favoured over defence counsel, altering the judiciary to suit their ideology


Supreme Court of Nova Scotia Chief Justice Deborah Smith on the judiciary’s most pressing challenges

Smith speaks about judicial independence and how to address the erosion of courtroom decorum

Redefining legal services: MT Align president Linda Beairsto on flexible work and diversity

The McCarthy Tétrault LLP partner will appear at Canadian Lawyer’s upcoming Women in Law Summit

How Miller Thomson's Kurt Dahl has helped clients navigate the music industry's shifting winds

The drummer in the group One Bad Son, Dahl has been chasing his calling, not a paycheque

Erin Durant on speaking up about mental health and the importance of sponsorship for women lawyers

Durant will appear at Canadian Lawyer's Women in Law summit in April


Tunisia's former president sentenced to eight years in absentia amid political crackdown

The charges stemmed from remarks of incitement and calls to overthrow the government

UK Law Commission targets flying taxis in latest legal reform proposal

The commission published a consultation paper on the legal complexities of autonomous aviation

UK disciplinary tribunal strikes off solicitor for misconduct and dishonesty

He engaged in the unauthorized personal representation of clients and received payments from them

Sindh High Court orders unblocking of social media platform X in Pakistan

The blockage faced widespread criticism for restricting freedom of speech and expression