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But what else can I do with my law degree?

Sometimes I wonder how different my life would be if I had decided to practice law. When I started law school back in 2010, I thought my journey would look a little something like this: Step 1 – leave Montreal behind, move to Ottawa Step 2 – Start law school, rock 1L, basically be a

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Lindsay Cameron: from Big Law to Novelist

I don’t know about you but I love a good “I left law to pursue something else that I was passionate about” story. We secretly all love something just a little bit more than the law don’t we? As much as I love the law, music will always be my very first love. Meet Lindsay

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Networking. Do it!

Whether you are in 1L or 3L close to writing that Bar exam or a newly licensed lawyer, networking should always be on your to-do list. In this posting, I will give you some advice on how to go about doing it without feeling (a) like a sell-out (b) like a suck-up or (c) uncomfortable

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