Top 10 stories on canadianlawyermag.com

As usual, many of the top 10 most-read articles of the year on canadianlawyermag.com involve our rankings and survey, including the Top 25 most influential lawyers in Canada as well as our best of boutique firms. An usual twist for 2013 were the number of highly read stories and commentary pieces that touched on issues facing law students.

Here’s the list of the top 10 most popular articles from 2013.

1.    Top 25 most influential
2.    The expectation gap: 2013 Canadian Lawyer compensation survey
3.    I found an articling job and so will you . . .
4.    Drilling down: Top insurance defence, trusts & estates, and environmental law boutiques
5.    Law schools are the cause of the articling crisis
6.    So you failed the Ontario bar . . .
7.    Mental illness is not a sign of weakness
8.    Hot competition: top personal injury boutiques and arbitration chambers
9.    Aboriginal law rising
10.    Tension marks TRU law dean’s exit 

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