Networking is a struggle for many. The idea of doing it is often associated with physical proximity: standing in awkward circles at a cocktail reception...

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It’s hireback season.  Every year around this time, articling students go into panic mode.   It’s understandable.  The transition from articles to the practice of law can be overwhelming, particularly for

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We are all dealing with change right now. One potential change for you is becoming accustomed to using video conference. Being a user myself before social distancing and now a

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Who doesn’t remember their first day of practice as a lawyer?  It’s something every student of law works long and hard for.  Morale is high and so is the eagerness

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4 Tips For The Rebel When Building a Website

I’m naturally a rebel, which means I need specific motivations to be able to get anything done.  Working on two websites over the last 9 months has taught me a lot about working with my rebellious tendencies...

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A common pitfall I see among new-calls is taking a passive approach to their careers. They finish articles or an LPP placement, and they start looking for a prospective employer to take them in.

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My last article generated questions, like the above, about learning to say “no” as a way to set boundaries at work. One technique that has surprisingly done well with my clients has to do with modesty.

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There used to be a time when I would have to explain the work that I did as a coach to lawyers. This was the educational phase of my business.

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I remember my first day of practice. I got up early and made myself a hearty breakfast. My suit had already been pressed from the night before. 

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The students coming through law school nowadays are highly accomplished. They work abroad, start charities, develop apps. They are big thinkers, innovators.

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