Monthly Archives: December 2010

Report: Access to Justice (UK)

Reasons for the Review (from the website) Access to justice is a social good: the ability to participate in public redress or resolution systems is a measure of the health of any system of government, particularly a democracy and is … Continue reading

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Individual Professional Development Plans for Law Firms/Offices

The NALP Winter Meeting for the Canadian Section was held on  Tuesday, November, 30, 2010.  Dena Bauman and I delivered a session titled: “Fostering Self-Direction in Law Students Through Experiential Programs”.  The underlying theme for the session was that the learning opportunities … Continue reading

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Article: Linking mentor program to teaching professionalism

From Equipping our Lawyers: “a formal mentoring program can and should offer more than just lunch with an alumnus. A formal mentor program can be a tool to give students insight into the work of a lawyer, teach key professional … Continue reading

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