Any new lawyer is aware that the practice of law in Canada is not the same as it used to … Continue reading The Changing Practice of Law: Lessons for new lawyers
Today we launch Strictly Legal, an Osgoode Professional Development podcast about all things legal. Each episode, OsgoodePD will unpack current, … Continue reading Strictly Legal: an OsgoodePD podcast about all things legal
Technology has had a fundamental effect on most professions. It has standardized and simplified processes, removed labour intensive elements, and … Continue reading The T-shaped lawyer: successful skills and abilities of current and future lawyers
Ken Adams, a leading authority on contract language, is back in Toronto for the eleventh year to teach the Drafting … Continue reading INFOGRAPHIC: What Salutation Should You Use?
I’m going to be leading an upcoming course on Improvisation for Legal Professionals, and a common question I am asked … Continue reading How Improvisation Can Help Your Legal Practice
There is an invisible line in litigation. As a lawyer, there is a moment when you stand up from the … Continue reading ITAW: Are you ready to cross the line?
Blockchain technology is no longer the next big thing, it is already here. While blockchain developers have been creating cryptocurrencies, … Continue reading Top Takeaways: Critical and Emerging Issues in Blockchain Law
Earlier this month, I had the pleasure of attending the Disruption in Legal Services Delivery: What Students and New Lawyers … Continue reading Disruption in Legal Services Delivery: Three Takeaways for Students and New Lawyers
In family law, the name of the game for the modern advocate is settlement; whether one is practicing within the … Continue reading Settlement vs. Adversarial Advocacy: 10 Tips for Effective Advocacy
The 10th annual National Symposium on Tech Crime and Electronic Evidence was held this year, January 27, 2017. I was … Continue reading Computer Forensics to Cloud Computing: 10 Years of Tech Crime at OsgoodePD