Across the country, summer and articling positions are being cancelled or postponed. Here’s how to handle the setback
Will the pandemic improve the OCI process?
In Ontario, the student recruitment process has undergone a major reform
Canada is in a COVID-19 recession, but the job market on Bay Street looks just fine
After the 2008 financial crisis, the largest law firms learned that knee-jerk cost-cutting doesn’t pay off
The pros and cons of working in New York
You’ll make so much money it’s almost absurd, but what’s it like on the ground?
Feature: Articling horror stories
This year, thousands of law students will start their articling positions. Hundreds will experience harassment and abuse
The hireback rate on Bay Street is freakishly high
At the largest firms in Toronto, 98 percent of articling students have been hired back
Lenczner Slaght scraps its cocktail party ahead of in-firm week
The firm acknowledges that such events often alienate students from diverse backgrounds
The legal profession has a big discrimination problem
And now we have the data to prove it
Editor’s Note: How video interviews could save the OCIs
Employers will have no choice but to ask legit questions about skills and experience
The Bay Street job market holds steady
You can thank the booming tech industry
Cover Story: The OCIs are broken
So why does the profession continue to recruit students this way?