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Posted September 3, 2021

In assisting our new and more junior calls in developing their legal practices, we are always careful to note that they will not reach the[...]
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Posted August 20, 2021

In Part 1, I referred to Elements of Professionalism (Elements), and broke on the point of describing the importance of the Rules of Professional Conduct in[...]
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Posted August 16, 2021

One of the best pieces on professionalism, Elements of Professionalism, was released 19 years ago. This excellent paper (hereafter “Elements”) remains untouched in its elucidation[...]
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Posted July 28, 2021

“A lawyer’s duty to act with civility does not exist in a vacuum. Rather, it exists in concert with a series of professional obligations that[...]
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Posted May 28, 2021

I believe that inside every tool is a hammer.  Adam Savage I was called to the Bar in 1977, and although I have presented many[...]
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Posted April 22, 2021

“Intuition of truth, not preceded by perceptible meditation, is genius” – Lavator, Aphorisms on Man In my last post I identified 5 methods of knowing, the[...]
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Posted March 25, 2021

“scientia est potentia” How do our new and junior colleagues, who do not get everything they need at law school, continue to acquire knowledge, and[...]
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Posted February 26, 2021

In Part 1 of this comment (see “Skill Sets # 12: Beware the Bear” ) I addressed the moment when we move from interviewing to[...]
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Posted February 12, 2021

In a recent endorsement out of Civil Practice Court in Toronto (713949 Ontario Limited, Applicant and Hudson’s Bay Company ULC, Respondent, OSCJ January 25, 2021)[...]

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