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  • Virtual Social Events

    In approaching a potentially virtual articling term here at the firm, you may wonder how we manage to get to know each other?  Even in these strange and restrictive times, we still managed to eke out some face-to-face contact with one another. To get us organized, our Student Director, Ashley, creat … Read more »

  • So what has the first few weeks of articling been like?

    Approximately three weeks ago, I, along with six other students began our articles. In short, so far, my experience has been beyond what I could have imagined articling was going to be like, especially “working from home.” But, let’s backtrack to the night before my first day. As I prepared my outfi … Read more »

  • Summer Student's End of Term – Lesson's Learned

    As the 12-week summer student program comes to an end this week, I have been reflecting on how much I’ve learned in what feels like such a short amount of time. There were hundreds of questions I had when I first began 12 weeks ago. “Here are some of those questions and I’ll share what I learned alo … Read more »

  • A Day (or Six) of Discoveries

    In July, I had the opportunity to attend six days of Discoveries on a product liability file where millions of dollars were in dispute. Discovery is a court-mandated fact-finding process where lawyers question experts, witnesses, and parties to the litigation. For those six days, it was my job to ta … Read more »

  • Incoming articling students: What to expect during virtual orientation week

     As the short summer term is quickly coming to a close, the incoming articling students are just a few weeks away from beginning their term. While Ontarian’s are starting to experience some sense of normalcy as the province reopens, much of the working world is still virtual. The incoming articling … Read more »