CL Talk

Jennifer King at Gowling WLG on being recognized as a Top 25 Most Influential Lawyer

          

Jennifer King is the national co-lead of the administrative law practice group at Gowling WLG. She was recognized as one of the Top 25 Most Influential Lawyers in 2023. For Canadian Lawyer’s CL Talk podcast, she spoke to us about what it means to be an administrative, ESG and climate change lawyer, and her work representing Windsor on the Ambassador Bridge blockade injunction. Nominations for the Top 25 Most Influential Lawyers of 2024 are open now – the deadline is April 19. Visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SLGR3VH to nominate.

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

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

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

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

Beth Beattie, co-editor of a book on mental health in the legal profession, on breaking new ground

Beth Beattie, co-editor of a book on mental health in the legal profession, on breaking new ground

Inspired by an LSO summit, Beattie worked with judges and lawyers to share their experiences

Manitoba Chief Justice Marianne Rivoalen on going digital and what informs her judicial philosophy

Manitoba Chief Justice Marianne Rivoalen on going digital and what informs her judicial philosophy

She speaks about doing residential schools litigation and serving on the Federal Court of Appeal

Attorney General Arif Virani on how he works to expedite federal judicial nominations

Attorney General Arif Virani on how he works to expedite federal judicial nominations

Virani spoke about his priorities and challenges in filling vacancies and passing legislation