A small, enthusiastic community of lawyers is providing legal advice—and more—to a new generation of Canadian startups.
Amid generally flat revenue but rising partner profits, four fundamental changes are roiling the legal marketplace. Is your firm prepared?
A new Canadian Bar Association study offers a wide-ranging outline for change in the legal profession. The most controversial of its 22 recommendations is one that has been anathema in the United States.
Half of respondents say that business generation—usually seen as the key to an elusive inner circle—is a very important factor in their success.
The best companies relentlessly collect, analyze and capitalize on customer data. Law firms don't. That can't continue.
In two different suits, contract attorneys assert that their document review assignments were too routine to comprise the practice of law. So far, one judge disagrees.
Will Freshfields's splashy new hires in New York allow it to attain the first-tier status in dealmaking that has eluded Magic Circle firms in the United States?
The number of suits keeps rising, with Fish & Richardson topping our law firm rankings for the most cases handled.
As Malala Yousafzai recovered from a bullet wound, Cadwalader helped set up her charitable foundation.
As firms decide where they're headed, there's value in knowing where they've been and where they are now.
Why sponsor an Equal Justice Works fellow? To help the poor and build ties to your clients.
Apple's latest smartphone makes great use of its larger size—but the bigger footprint still could be a deal breaker.
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