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LegalTube – A resource for all things law!

Lawyerlocate.ca, one of Canada’s leading lawyer referral services has now launched Legaltube.ca, Canada’s only legal video distribution site which allows everyday Canadians to easily access video information covering an assortment of legal topics.

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10 Ways to Increase Your Law Firm’s Efficiency

When your law firm is operating at maximum efficiency, your clients will notice. Not only will that strengthen your relationships with them, it means they’ll be more likely to recommend your firm to prospective clients. Fortunately, there are digital resources such as Lexis Practice Advisor that offer all the tools you need to keep your firm in its best shape. Here are ten simple ways to keep your firm in its best shape and keep getting noticed.

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How Quickly Could You Pay For Law School?

Law school is expensive. That probably isn’t big news for anyone, especially students applying to law school. Aside from assuming that a law degree will cost a pretty penny, a prospective law student might also assume he or she will eventually make that money back soon after beginning a career practicing law.

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Stepping Up Workshop Gives Female Lawyers New Opportunities

It’s tough for any lawyer to get a top legal job at a Canadian public company, and as these kinds of jobs decrease, competition to get a foot in the door in the general counsel office increases. Just as with most high-level corporate jobs, that competition is even harder for women.

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Five Career Mistakes Law Students Make

Law school is a tough place to be, and it’s so easy to get caught up in the goals that need to be achieved by tomorrow, let alone think about what the rest of a lawyering life might look like. To help law students stay focused on their long-term futures, paralegal candidate Kevin Sambrano compiled this list of oversights commonly made by law students when it comes to planning for their careers for Canadian Lawyer Magazine.

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The ALIS Legal Guide for Writers

Nova Scotia’s Artists’ Legal Information Society (ALIS) has published their Legal Guide for Writers. This guide will prove a useful resource for authors and their lawyers, and is published under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND license.

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New Transaction Tool Is First Of Its Kind In Canada

Are you a lawyer looking for a legal tool that will help you to hit-the-ground running when it comes to your transactional matters?

LexisNexis has recently launched an exciting and leading edge product that is first of its kind in Canada – The Lexis Practice Advisor Canada.

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