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  • Conversations with the President: School Days

    Conversations With The President: The state of the profession, Ep 3:There’s a lot of talk about the articling crisis in Canada – law students are having a hard time finding articling positions, and those who do complete their articles can’t always get a job afterward. Ronit Dinovitzer has been study … Read more »

  • Conversations with the President: After the Crash

    Conversations With The President: The state of the profession, Ep 2:Vivene meets Jordan Furlong and Omar Ha-Redeye to look at how the legal profession is changing due to societal, economic and technology forces and what this means for lawyers in Canada.In this inaugural episode, Vivene talks about h … Read more »

  • How to manage your stress in law school

    Law school can be incredibly rewarding and incredibly stressful. On today’s episode we’re rounding up advice from past guests on their suggestions on how to manage it all.Thank you to all our past guests for their thoughtful advice and encouragements.You can hear their appearances here:You can hear … Read more »

  • Meet Vivene Salmon, CBA President 2019

    We are chatting with Vivene Salmon, the new Canadian Bar Association President and the first person of colour to take on the role. We discuss why she thinks intergenerational dialogue between lawyers is crucial to developing the profession and her own podcast series, Conversations with the President … Read more »

  • Let's Talk Articling

    We explore the good, the bad and the ugly – or at least the ugly tears – when it comes to articling across Canada. Articling is a rewarding and fulfilling learning opportunity, which provides mentorship and guidance into the profession – at its best. But at its worse – it can subject vulnerable youn … Read more »