Opinion

Making meaningful changes to the physical workplace can improve wellbeing

Making meaningful changes to the physical workplace can improve wellbeing

A recently published study shows a healthier physical work environment makes for happier workers

Lametti’s sexual assault judicial training bill is all woke style, no substance

Lametti’s sexual assault judicial training bill is all woke style, no substance

Training will be mandatory but support for complainants is lacking, argues Michael Spratt

Changing the conversation

Changing the conversation

Does a good lawyer have to be mentally healthy? Perhaps it’s time to think differently about what makes us competent, writes Crystal Tomusiak

IP Addresses No Longer Protected in Alberta

IP Addresses No Longer Protected in Alberta

From a privacy perspective, the decision is “exceedingly troubling” argues Lisa Lifshitz

Leave the office, but do it right: Why not all networking events are created equal

Leave the office, but do it right: Why not all networking events are created equal

Canadian Lawyer is launching a set of in-person events for lawyers this year, writes Editor-in-Chief Tim Wilbur

“Sell me this pen!”

“Sell me this pen!”

Lawyers need to show potential clients the solutions to their needs, argues Gary Goodwin

We're just wild about Harry …

We're just wild about Harry …

Possibility of the Sussexes moving to B.C. has supplanted the big legal news, says Tony Wilson

Stability of the judiciary essential in the new ‘Roaring Twenties’

Stability of the judiciary essential in the new ‘Roaring Twenties’

Ontario seems to be toying with important balance of powers in a democratic state, argues Bill Trudell