Guest Post by Jessica Vriend, internationally-trained lawyer and Ontario licensing candidate My decision to apply to law school was made in the final year of my political science degree in […]
Mobile is defined as “able to move or be moved freely and easily.” I’ve taken this quite literally: I’m travelling around the world, renting desks in new cities to do my work, conducting the majority of it online via email, Skype, and other new technologies. While I have a base in Toronto, my office is transportable; it is quite literally my backpack.
An American legal scholar from the 1960’s, David Melinkoff, once said that the law is a profession of words. In my view, a more apt description of the legal […]
There is nothing like the feeling of starting something new. I’m talking about new-life-chapter kind of new, where everything familiar shifts and you feel like you’re on the edge of […]
I write this at the table by the window in a busy, shared workspace in Delhi. My neighbours are young Delhi-ites crafting the latest app or expanding the NGO they […]
Articling is tough. Articling and preparing for the bar exams is even tougher. Articling, writing the bar exams, and running a business on the side is flat out exhausting, although […]
Bossy ADJECTIVE (bossier, bossiest) 1. Fond of giving people orders; domineering: eg. “don’t be so bossy!” “a bossy, meddling woman” In this post, we are exploring the word “bossy,” as used in […]
Grammatika (noun) 1. grammar (Russian, Dutch, German and Afrikaanz) a. similar to Latin “grammatica”, from Greek “grammatikos.” Perhaps not a surprising choice of name for a company that specializes in […]