Anita Balakrishnan

Anita Balakrishnan

Anita Balakrishnan is the editor Law Times’ website and newsletter, where she reports and writes about Ontario’s legal scene and contributes to Canadian Lawyer magazine. Before joining Law Times, she was a journalist covering business and technology for CNBC.com, and has had work appear in NBCNews.com, Yahoo Finance and in USA Today.

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Mark Wiseman to leave BlackRock

Mark Wiseman to leave BlackRock

Wiseman has a law degree from the University of Toronto

WOMEN IN LAW - For Michelle Henry, the professional is personal

WOMEN IN LAW - For Michelle Henry, the professional is personal

Partners and associates shouldn’t shy away from talking about tough topics, she says

Ontario’s judicial appointments must maintain political independence, says former AG Bryant

Ontario’s judicial appointments must maintain political independence, says former AG Bryant

Attorney General Doug Downey has suggested that Ontario’s current system of appointing judges is too “subjective”

Federal court piloting pro-bono services for self-reps in immigration and refugee matters

Federal court piloting pro-bono services for self-reps in immigration and refugee matters

Pilot focuses on litigants who are neither eligible for legal aid nor able to afford a lawyer

Self-regulation: the end of an era? Lawyer discipline and the role of law societies

Self-regulation: the end of an era? Lawyer discipline and the role of law societies

The customs of the legal profession are feeling the weight of 21st-century stresses

WOMEN IN LAW - Leila Rafi gets real on helping associates see light at the end of the tunnel

WOMEN IN LAW - Leila Rafi gets real on helping associates see light at the end of the tunnel

More support needed for young women on Bay Street as they push themselves hard in years three through six of private practice

Women in law - Cheryl Reicin doesn’t live by labels

Women in law - Cheryl Reicin doesn’t live by labels

Women are leading the movement to customize legal careers

Women in Law - Patience Omokhodion on running her own race

Women in Law - Patience Omokhodion on running her own race

Cassels partner explains how she propelled herself to the forefront of her field

Catherine McKenna: A product of her environment

Catherine McKenna: A product of her environment

The political tides are always shifting — but the Minister of Environment and Climate Change has her own flow

Rewards rise for informants blowing whistle on offshore federal tax non-compliance

Rewards rise for informants blowing whistle on offshore federal tax non-compliance

Bennett Jones asked for new data on the CRA’s Offshore Tax Informant Program