Award more than tripled on appeal for fired articling student at B.C. firm Acumen Law

Lower court judge erred in not factoring in lost opportunity to become a lawyer, appeal court says

Supreme Court saw declining leaves to appeal but more technology use in 2020

COVID-19 took its toll, with decisions issued by high court less than in more than a decade

BLG’s acquisition of AUM Law will help it expand compliance services to investment management sector

AUM’s fixed fee approach to regulatory compliance will help deliver value, BLG CEO John Murphy says

Canadian Judicial Council releases handbooks for self-represented litigants

New tools will help those navigating court proceedings without a lawyer prepare their cases

New Brunswick to require liquor servers and sellers at licensed establishments to undergo training

Regulation permits sale of drinks with food orders for take-out or delivery, effective this month

Bennett Jones lawyers analyze potential effects of Ottawa’s 2021 budget on trade

Changes could impact on cross border rules in several ways

COVID-19 and the courts: May 10, 2021 update

This week’s roundup for courthouses across Canada

Denying right to automatic appeal does not breach young offenders’ constitutional rights, says SCC

Court upholds teenager’s conviction in case raising issue of capacity to consent

Upholding New Westminster’s ‘renoviction’ bylaw inspires confidence for others to do same: advocates

B.C. Court gives ok to law saying landlords must prove renovations are necessary


A recent report confirms the concerns of many Muslims about unfair treatment

The year is 2025. The legal system was transformed by COVID-19 and the profession reflects that

Contract drafting in good faith times

A recent decision answered the question of when not volunteering information becomes impermissible

Buried deep in the gigantic spending document is $18 million over five years that is well worth it


What to do if your employee gets COVID: Your legal obligations explained

Employers must balance occupational health and safety with employee privacy

Top 10 legal technology trends in 2021

With COVID forcing lawyers to move virtually overnight, these trends show no signs of abating

How Melanie Aitken has used public service as a competitive edge at Bennett Jones LLP

The former Canadian Commissioner of Competition is demonstrating the value in her current role

How the Indigenous Advisory Committee will affect major infrastructure projects

Mandate announced by Canada Energy Regulator will affect Indigenous involvement and engagement