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  • Basic tips on business development and marketing for lawyersNovember 11, 2018

    Basic tips and reading list on business development and marketing for lawyersToday, I will be speaking at the 4th Annual Recent Call Conference alongside Daniel Brown, and Anne-Marie McElroy on the topic of business development and marketing in law. The title of the panel is “Creating an ethical bra … Read more »

  • “Kill the fax machine!”: Lawyers on Promoting Efficiency in Criminal CourtsNovember 5, 2018

    “Kill the fax machine!” Lawyers on Promoting Efficiency in Criminal CourtsOn October 24, 2018, Sean Robichaud tweeted at lawyers asking the following question: “Lawyers, if you had the power to change one thing (specific or general, small or large) to make the justice system more efficient, what wou … Read more »

  • Portable Productivity: Lawyers on Integrating Tech Into PracticeOctober 25, 2018

    Portable Productivity: Lawyers on Integrating Tech Into Practice On October 10, 2018, Sean Robichaud posted a tweet directed at lawyers in all practice areas, asking: “What is one implementation of tech into your firm or practice that has changed everything for the better?” The responses were overwh … Read more »

  • Heather’s Legal Summaries: R v Morris, 2018 ONSC 5186October 11, 2018

    Heather’s Legal Summaries: R v Morris, 2018 ONSC 5186.fusion-image-switch.fusion-image-before-after-1 img{transition: 0.5s ease-in-out;} “Mr. Morris, these are my written reasons explaining why I gave you the sentence that I did. I also know that my reasons must explain the sentence to the Crown, an … Read more »

  • The Notwithstanding Clause, Premier Ford, and the Toronto Council RulingSeptember 10, 2018

    The Notwithstanding Clause, Premier Ford, and the Toronto Council RulingThis afternoon, Premier Doug Ford announced that he would invoke the “Notwithstanding Clause” (Section 33 of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms) to override the recent decision by Justice Edward Belobaba stating that the hasty m … Read more »