Tim Wilbur

Tim Wilbur

Tim Wilbur is a licensed lawyer and current Editor-In-Chief of Key Media's print and digital law publications including Lexpert, Canadian Lawyer, InHouse, and Law Times. He is a graduate of McMaster University with a degree of Philosophy & Human Rights and Juris Doctor Law degree from the University of Toronto. He has over 14 years of publishing experience, starting as the Focus Editor on The Lawyers Weekly publication at LexisNexis and managing legal editorial content for Thomson Reuters.

His reporting covers all of the areas of Law in Canada, and he also oversees content for Key Media's legal events, including the inaugural 2020 Canadian Law Awards and Lexpert Rising Stars. He has appeared on panel discussions and has chaired and emceed leading events for the legal community in Canada.

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Where are the men? Events for women in the law highlight what men can do too

After attending the Women in Law Summit, Tim Wilbur highlights some of the things he learned that men can do

You are not alone: Networking is key

The transition from private practice to an in-house role is daunting, writes Tim Wilbur

The effectiveness of diversity training depends on the effort expended

‘Does diversity training work?’ is the wrong question, writes Editor-in-Chief Tim Wilbur

Leave the office, but do it right: Why not all networking events are created equal

Canadian Lawyer is launching a set of in-person events for lawyers this year, writes Editor-in-Chief Tim Wilbur

Rigid machines meet human creativity: Advising on data strategies

Rigid machines meet human creativity: Advising on data strategies

Disparate experiences have helped Kirsten Thompson apply human strategy to technical questions.

Cross-border deals: Be careful what you wish for

The challenges for general counsel are immense, writes Tim Wilbur

StopSOP and the limits of self-regulation: what the statement of principles debate tells us

StopSOP and the limits of self-regulation: what the statement of principles debate tells us

Tim Wilbur asks if the benchers debating the statement of principles were truly fulfilling their regulatory purpose

2019 Canadian Lawyer Readers' Choice Awards

2019 Canadian Lawyer Readers' Choice Awards

Showcasing the companies and products that prevailed among their competitors.

Make legal aid an election issue

Tim Wilbur argues that lawyers have an obligation to bring the issue front and centre

Solutions originating in the legal department

Solutions originating in the legal department

In-house counsel are often pointing out the delicate balance they must strike between being solution oriented and being a legal advisor, says Tim Wilbur