Most read stories on Canadianlawyermag.com in 2011

Here are the top 10 most read stories of 2011 from canadianlawyermag.com. Some are reproduced from the magazine, such as our Top 25 Most Influential — always a big draw — and some you'll only find online. As usual, the stories that rise to the top of the charts tend to be the rankings and surveys. Everyone wants to know how they measure up and where they fit in! So of course, I encourage readers to participate in all our upcoming surveys and rankings in 2012.

1. The Top 25 Most Influential (2011 edition)

2. Law school star fights LSUC’s good character ruling

3. The 2011 Canadian Lawyer compensation survey

4. The going rate: Canadian Lawyer’s 2011 legal fees survey

5. Behind the scenes: The January 2011 Canadian Lawyer cover story that interviewed defence counsel in the Russell Williams case.

6. A cut above: Canadian Lawyer highlights the best boutiques in the areas of personal injury and trusts and estates.

7. 10 things you really need to know to practise law
 
8. Useful Google tips and tricks for lawyers

9. Prairie gold: Canadian Lawyer's top 10 prairie law firms are keeping very busy

10. Osgoode student who overcame many obstacles dies

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