Ryerson’s Law Practice Program (LPP) is the first of its kind in Ontario. It’s an innovative alternative to traditional articling with a rigorous and demanding eight-month program that combines online training, experiential learning, and a hands-on work term. Ryerson works with the Law Society of Ontario and the legal community, including a strategic alliance with the Ontario Bar Association, to deliver a dynamic program that prepares law school graduates to succeed in their legal practice and careers.… Read More
The conference is the leading Canadian event for competition law professionals and brings together all segments of the Canadian and global competition law community, including enforcement officials, in-house counsel, plaintiffs’ lawyers, defense lawyers, academics, and economists in order to share knowledge, experience, and advice regarding all areas of competition law.
Participants are exposed to thoughtful and practical insights from distinguished panels of competition law experts, and they leave the conference with a sound understanding of the leading issues in the area of competition law.… Read More
With several new projects beginning this fall we are looking to add several contract eDiscovery Review Counsel to our team in Calgary.
Heuristica Discovery Counsel is a boutique law firm that is focused exclusively on the provision of intelligent and innovative electronic discovery, evidence management and related litigation and legal services.
We take pride in the value we create for our clients by providing experienced eDiscovery counsel and conducting innovative discovery reviews.
Please visit our Careers page for more information about the position and how to apply.
With the digital universe expected to double in size every two years going forward, the demand for lawyers versed in the technical aspects of electronic discovery (eDiscovery) is growing rapidly, says Candice Chan-Glasgow, Director of Legal Review Services with Toronto-based Heuristica Discovery Counsel.
But law schools are lagging behind the trend and need to do more to prepare their graduates for this expanding opportunity, she tells AdvocateDaily.com.
Chan-Glasgow has been practising in eDiscovery for five years, but when she went to law school from 2009 to 2012 she wasn’t even aware such a field existed as a career choice.… Read More