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  • Passionate about being a Lawyer? Want to Improve the Legal Profession in Ontario? Consider Running to be a Bencher!December 5, 2018

    It’s easy for lawyers to sit back and complain about the lack of progress in our profession, whether it be with advances in technology; access to justice; equality, diversity and inclusion, etc. However, now is your chance to get involved and (hopefully) make a difference: the next Law Society of On … Read more »

  • Lawyers Looking for Leads? Upcoming Networking Events: November/December 2018November 7, 2018

    One of our most popular blog posts was our first “Lawyers Looking for Leads” article from July featuring summer networking opportunities for the legal profession. It was so well received that we’ve decided to repeat a similar post a few times a year to keep our lawyer clients up to date on some grea … Read more »

  • What (the Heck) is a Freelance Lawyer, Anyway? by Amy GrubbOctober 26, 2018

    “What (the heck) is a freelance lawyer?” I believe that is a direct quote from my Mom when I told her I had become one. So Mom (and anyone else who might be curious), here is a brief rundown of what freelance lawyering is all about. As a freelance lawyer, my clients are other lawyers, law firms or i … Read more »

  • Need some tips for working at home?September 12, 2018

    Do you work from home or hope to work from home more often? As freelance lawyers who work remotely we know it is not always easy. You can read some of Erin’s tips for successful remote working for freelance lawyers (and regular lawyers alike) in the article: The Lawyer’s Guide to Working from Home i … Read more »

  • Governance Shakeup at the Law Society of Ontario?August 24, 2018

    Lawyers are a self-governing profession in Ontario and we oversee our own regulation through the Law Society of Ontario. This month the LSO published a “Call for Comment” seeking feedback on suggested changes to the LSO’s governance structure. Comments are due October 15, 2018. Many lawyers may have … Read more »