When I found out I was pregnant last July, I had just started a new job as a privacy analyst. It was right after I had the pleasure of failing the Quebec Bar (which I still plan to conquer eventually) and as you can imagine, I thanked the employment Gods for keeping an eye on
So most of you know at this point that I failed the Quebec Bar last year. Some of you original LJXers are aware that I failed the Quebec Bar once more before that. Well technically 4 times if you count the retakes. 3 out of 4 times I got 59% which meant I was one point
We all have that one friend (or multiple friends, cousins and acquaintances in my case) that has it all figured out. From a distance, they appear to have it all. Career, relationships, social life, family, money, you know…all of it! And yes, like you, I am happy for them. Great! Fantastic! Good for them! No
In light of a recent article published on Canadian Lawyer Mag which claimed that 95% of University of Toronto students get jobs at graduation, we decided to put together our own survey. How do Canadian grads do once they have articled? Is landing that elusive first year associate job a piece of cake? We want
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 Cameron.