Access to (Legal) Education is an Access to Justice Issue (or “Law School Tuition is Too D*%n High”)

A friend on Facebook recently posted this article, which served as the inspiration for this blog post. I had two working titles for this post, as seen above.  I think I prefer the latter: Law school tuition is too d#*n high. I write from the perspective of someone who has recently finished law school. I … Continue reading Access to (Legal) Education is an Access to Justice Issue (or “Law School Tuition is Too D*%n High”)

Barbara Kay: Of course Justin Trudeau wants bilingual judges: he’s the product of bilingual privilege

Kudos to Justice Russell Brown. But “bilingual privilege”? Has our notion of what privilege is and who possesses it gone too far? I’m unconvinced that the argument of bilingual privilege holds water. Privilege implies that some people are denied access, even if they tried or wanted to. As far as I’m concerned, most, if not … Continue reading Barbara Kay: Of course Justin Trudeau wants bilingual judges: he’s the product of bilingual privilege

Les tendances de l’emploi pour les diplômés en droit

Originally posted on Journal Métro:
Êtes-vous un nouveau diplômé d’un programme de droit? Voici les principales tendances dans votre nouveau domaine d’emploi. Recevoir un diplôme d’un programme de droit, il n’y a pas si longtemps, était synonyme d’un emploi assuré et bien rémunéré, dans un cabinet ou une grande organisation. Les diplômés récents découvrent… Continue reading Les tendances de l’emploi pour les diplômés en droit