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Top 10 stories on Legal Feeds in 2014

This year’s Top 10 most-read stories on Legal Feeds blog include some of the hottest issues affecting the legal profession in Canada this past year. Stories around Heenan Blaikie, the largest law firm failure in Canadian history, were as popular on the blog as were the more in-depth stories in Canadian Lawyer magazine and Law Times. Posts about the debate over whether law societies should accept degrees from faith-based university Trinity Western with its controversial community covenant as well as matters involving judicial appointments and independence also feature on this list.

1. Bay Street watches as Heenan Blaikie tries to regroup

2. LSUC says no to TWU law school

3. New report notes 94% employment rate for law graduates

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