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LiL Round Up – Our Top 5 Blog Posts from May – August 2022!

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Check out our top 5 blog posts from May-August including insights from Karina Alibhai, Jaeda Lee, Cheryl D’Sa, Cynthia Kuehl, Kim Jakeman, QC, and Una Radoja.


1. The Art of Asking for Feedback – by LiL Leader Karina Alibhai

Original post date – June 27, 2022
Karina shares 5 thoughtful tips on how articling students can best ask for feedback on their work. Read her post here.


2. The Female Email – by LiL Leader Jaeda Lee

Original post date – June 29, 2022
Jaeda discusses gendered double standards in email communication, why many women feel compelled to use stereotypical “male” language, and offers a refreshing take. Read her post in full here.


3. What it is like to be a Bencher – by Guest Blogger Cheryl D’Sa

Original post date – June 30, 2022
Cheryl shares her insights on what it is like to be a Bencher since being elected for Vancouver County in May 2020. Read the full post here.


4. It all Matters: Roe v. Wade Rage and Moving Forward from Here – by LiL Advisor Cynthia Kuehl

Original post date – July 4, 2022
Cynthia weighs in on the collective frustration while offering words of encouragement with her debut post to the LiL Blog as a LiL Advisor. Read it here.


5. To Look or Not to Look – by Kim Jakeman, QC, Cynthia Kuehl and Una Radoja

Original post date – July 12, 2022
LiL Advisors, Kim, Cynthia, and Una, each discuss how they manage emails and files while on well-deserved holidays. Read about it here.


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