Opinion

Dubious crime statistics: a disturbing trend of police and media misleading the public

Dubious crime statistics: a disturbing trend of police and media misleading the public

Police will tell you crime is up, but the actual numbers don't back up their self-serving analysis

The modern lawyer: How data is shaping the way lawyers work today

The modern lawyer: How data is shaping the way lawyers work today

Firms can use data to help improve diversity, work allocation, and reduce the costs of legal work

Lessons from Justice Michelle O'Bonsawin joining the Supreme Court of Canada

Lessons from Justice Michelle O'Bonsawin joining the Supreme Court of Canada

The SCC's first Indigenous judge is good news, but full decolonization will take much longer

Law firms join clients in the data revolution

Law firms join clients in the data revolution

An entirely digitized firm ready to provide data tools will likely top in house counsel's list

A deep dive into the threatened litigation between Twitter and Elon Musk and its relevance to M&A

A deep dive into the threatened litigation between Twitter and Elon Musk and its relevance to M&A

While it may be moot, the case highlighted fundamental issues for mergers and acquisitions

Doug Ford finally paid the price for his efforts to ignore the Charter and break democracy

Doug Ford finally paid the price for his efforts to ignore the Charter and break democracy

By discarding legally enshrined rights to suit his goals, the premier showed his true colours

Legal operations: the fourth industrial revolution is coming to legal

Legal operations: the fourth industrial revolution is coming to legal

Industry 4.0 is the new buzzword, but it means real change in how data is decentralized

Doug Ford needs to show up and tell the truth at the Public Order Emergency Commission

Doug Ford needs to show up and tell the truth at the Public Order Emergency Commission

He should not hide behind parliamentary privilege and prevent the truth from coming out