Congratulations! You've graduated law school, passed the barrister and solicitor exams (hopefully), and are now working as an articling student or lawyer. The world's your oyster, or at least you think it is.
Well, maybe ‘forget’ is going too far. You will still need a resumé but it isn’t the most important tool in your job search. Your most important tool is LinkedIn … specifically your profile and your network of connections.
A new video series launched by Lawyers Financial aims to provide some useful insights and tips for lawyers who are — or are considering becoming — sole practitioners, says Dawn Marchand, vice-president of marketing and direct distribution for the CBIA/Lawyers Financi
It would be reckless for someone with debts and dependents not to have life insurance, says Dawn Marchand, vice-president of marketing and direct distribution for the Canadian Bar Insurance Association (CBIA).