Andrew Rudder successfully transitions from Big Firm to Solo Practice

How BridgePoint's innovative law firm funding solutions helped at every stage to bring his firm to life

Survey report highlights challenges and solutions for family violence cases in Nova Scotia courts

The report found that some justice system personnel lacked understanding of family violence

Who made it to the 2024 list of top pro bono law firms?

Get to know Canada's 5-star Pro Bono Firms who are providing justice for all

Tracy Davis appointed as Assistant Chief Justice of the Alberta Court of Justice

She has served as Crown prosecutor for Alberta Justice and the Public Prosecution Service of Canada

Charles Randall Smith re-appointed as chairperson of RCMP External Review Committee

He served 30 years as a legal officer with the Office of the Judge Advocate General

Ontario Court of Appeal orders tobacco exporter to disclose financial records in estate case

The documents were necessary for valuating the deceased co-founder's estate

Quebec Court approves clarifying affidavit, denies broader evidence in price-fixing class action

The court stressed the need for relevant evidence at the authorization stage of a class action

Proposed competition law change could toughen merger review process: Stikeman Elliott's Peter Flynn

Change would shift burden to prove merger isn't anti-competitive for deals above certain threshold


As a retired Crown, I aim to lift the veil of secrecy preventing fundamental improvements

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As a UNB graduate, I have seen the power of small-school camaraderie and support

His rhetoric relies on a tried-and-true approach of uniting the majority against minorities


Suncor's David Kramer speaks about big deals, the energy transition and career advice

The Lexpert Rising Star on being a generalist, community work, and judging this year's awards

Lawyers must be increasingly aware of technological, geopolitical trends: software founder Sean West

Clarity is growing that 'we're not going back to the status quo of globalization and calm waters'

Data and full lifecycle analysis crucial for ESG reporting, says Miller Thomson’s Christie McLeod

The lessons on ESG greenwashing in the Competition Bureau's Lululemon investigation

Jennifer Teskey, the Canadian managing partner at Norton Rose Fulbright, on talent and motivation

Teskey spoke on the CL Talk podcast about her new role and judging the Lexpert Rising Stars


UK lawyers prefer self-regulation over government control for AI use

Forty eight percent of UK lawyers believe that the legal profession should manage its own AI use

California lawyer accused of plotting to hack judge’s emails and phones

The lawyer allegedly contacted an Israeli computer expert for 'human intel on the ground'

Kirkland & Ellis faces lawsuit over data breach involving MOVEit software

The breach compromised hundreds of organizations and has sparked a proposed class action lawsuit

Columbia Law Review website taken down amid controversy over editorial process

There were concerns about a 'secretive process' used in editing an article on Zionism