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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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What corporate lawyers really do: Konata Lake on why he loves what he does at Torys

What corporate lawyers really do: Konata Lake on why he loves what he does at Torys

Lake loves the high-profile deals on which he advises, but is honest about the struggles he faces

The second (non-pandemic) wave

Legal departments are vital as a new wave of regulatory changes comes into effect, writes Tim Wilbur

COVID silver linings emerge for legal profession

While the pandemic’s negative impacts are clear, writes Tim Wilbur, some positives have emerged

Legal tech’s silver lining in pandemic: a new openness from lawyers to solutions

Legal tech’s silver lining in pandemic: a new openness from lawyers to solutions

Technology budgets at law firms froze when the pandemic hit but a spell was also broken in tech use

Keep your eye on all the balls

Pre-existing risks should not be ignored by in-house counsel during the pandemic, writes Tim Wilbur

Working behind the scenes in a crisis: Ontario Bar Association executive director Elizabeth Hall

Working behind the scenes in a crisis: Ontario Bar Association executive director Elizabeth Hall

Hall always worked collaboratively, but managing the COVID crisis truly put her skills to the test

Tribunals shift to Zoom, but some manage better than others

Tribunals shift to Zoom, but some manage better than others

Virtual hearings are widespread, but a disparity has emerged on which tribunals were better prepared

Why celebrating achievements is essential: Top 25 Most Influential Lawyers

It was not until the voting closed that we fully realized the heightened importance this year

Federal government releases regulations on harassment and violence training

Federal government releases regulations on harassment and violence training

Ottawa playing catch up with provincial requirements by making training mandatory

New normal, same structural problems

Pandemic did not change the structural problems for long-term care facilities — or for law firms, argues Tim Wilbur