How to spot ChatGPT output masquerading as legal analysis

Is your client using generative AI to do research?

From small school to big city: UNB Law alumni forge strong network in Canada's biggest legal market

As a UNB graduate, I have seen the power of small-school camaraderie and support

Poilievre's plan to trample Charter rights won't stop at tough-on-crime measures

His rhetoric relies on a tried-and-true approach of uniting the majority against minorities

Navigating the AI revolution: LegalTech Summit in Toronto explores the future of law

GenAI is causing lawyers to question their productivity, pricing, and what sets them apart

Political engagement is the new frontier for corporate fiduciary duties

Companies and funds can wade into polarizing debates, but only if they do it right

Corporate directors take solace from Moelis

Moelis case in Delaware highlights the core element of a corporate structure

Canadian lawyers need to replace resilience with real change

As his tenure as law school dean ends, Ian Holloway reflects on where the profession needs to go

OSC home improvements: the pressing need for independent oversight

The Ontario Securities Commission should take a page from the LSO's playbook