Lucy Saddleton

Lucy Saddleton

Lucy Saddleton is a journalist at Key Media, primarily responsible for writing and editing print and web content for Canadian Lawyer InHouse magazine. She has considerable experience in writing for business publications in Canada and globally. 

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White & Case adds white collar lawyer Joel Cohen in New York

White & Case adds white collar lawyer Joel Cohen in New York

Cohen joins from Gibson Dunn

Jacqueline Beckles champions diversity, equity and inclusion issues at the Department of Justice Can

Jacqueline Beckles champions diversity, equity and inclusion issues at the Department of Justice Can

Beckles is also an active member of the Canadian Association of Black Lawyers

First Nations Bank of Canada welcomes William Lomax as COO

First Nations Bank of Canada welcomes William Lomax as COO

Lomas served as legal counsel for the Federal Department of Justice

King & Spalding adds two new partners to product liability and mass tort team in New York

King & Spalding adds two new partners to product liability and mass tort team in New York

Chip Gaudreau and Jessica Gold join from Greenberg Traurig

IBA launches a Professional Wellbeing Commission

IBA launches a Professional Wellbeing Commission

Commission aims to prioritize mental wellbeing for the global legal community

Yonni Fushman joins Northland Power as CLO and EVP, sustainability

Yonni Fushman joins Northland Power as CLO and EVP, sustainability

Implementing an organizational realignment is among Fushman's top priorities

In-house lawyers are increasing their workload – and their stress levels: CCCA survey

In-house lawyers are increasing their workload – and their stress levels: CCCA survey

New research urges legal department leaders to prioritize employee wellbeing

DLA Piper expands corporate practice with M&A partner hire in Tokyo

DLA Piper expands corporate practice with M&A partner hire in Tokyo

Peter Armstrong joins from Nishimura & Asahi

Ninety-two percent of in-house counsel expect law firm partners to use the latest tech: survey

Ninety-two percent of in-house counsel expect law firm partners to use the latest tech: survey

More than half say the need for legal tech adoption has increased

Growth of alternative legal services providers is accelerating

Growth of alternative legal services providers is accelerating

ALSPs are finding new ways to serve both law firms and corporate legal departments