For Women in Law By Women in Law

The format of our Blog is unique. It was created as a place to ask questions and to read real-life stories to learn and grow from. Our advisors have a wonderful mix of experience and are eager to share their insights on the issues women in the profession face and the topics many do not feel comfortable broaching. Step into our Blog and learn how to enhance your career and personal – and professional – lives.

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Giving Back

As senior lawyers, we often get asked about non-billable hours.  There is, no doubt, a lot of stress around being a young lawyer developing a practice, attracting clients, and being authentic in this quest.  Growing as a lawyer and individual must always be meaningful and I have spent my career reinventing myself, struggling to ensure I meet the demands of practice and yet staying true to who I am as a person.  I have asked my partner, Jennifer Woznesensky, to weigh in on the topic as well addressing some of the specific questions relating to non-billable work that we field. more

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

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. more

To Look or Not to Look

With summer holiday season upon us, it makes sense to talk about work-life balance in the context of vacation. more

It all Matters: Roe v. Wade Rage and Moving Forward from Here

It has been almost a week since the Supreme Court of the United States rendered its decision in Dobbs, overturning Roe v. Wade. For the past week, I, like many others who identify as women as well as many male allies, have been trying to process the impact of the decision and the feelings of rage, frustration, and fear that have been generated by it. more

What it is like to be a Bencher

Guest Blogger, Cheryl D’Sa of Narwal Litigation LLP and Law Society of BC Bencher shares insights on what it is like to be a Bencher. more


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