Message from the Editor
Why is the time right for the Women in Law Summit?
There are many reasons.
Because we want to build a more supportive and inclusive legal profession. Because women lawyers deserve much more recognition, inspiration and celebration. Because – whether it’s tackling unconscious bias, creating partnership pathways, putting more women in senior executive roles and beyond – there’s a wealth of issues affecting women in law that need urgent attention.
As the Editor-in-Chief of Canadian Lawyer, I’m excited to be part of the team behind this transformative day.
And I’d be even more excited if you could join us for this essential event. Whether you are general counsel, an associate at a small firm or partner at one of the largest law firms in Canada, this will be the perfect opportunity for you to network, learn, grow your career and more. Female professional or male ally, we want to see you there.
Be part of the future of the profession. Join us for the Women in Law Summit
About Canadian Lawyer
Launched in 1977, Canadian Lawyer, delivers unbiased reporting and analysis of the legal landscape for professionals from coast to coast. Focused on both the practice and the profession, we deliver award-winning editorial content that informs, inspires and occasionally inflames the lawyers, corporate counsel, judges, law professors, and students-at-law who consider it a “must-read.” It is published in print 10 times a year.
At canadianlawyermag.com exclusive online columnists and regular updates provide wide and differing viewpoints on and from the legal profession across the country.
Through roundtables, in-depth editorial research, events like these, and much more, Canadian Lawyer is focused on delivering content that elevates the legal profession and informs our audience.
Canadian Lawyer welcomes commentary and op-ed pieces from members of the profession, students, legal academics, judges, and others in the legal community. If you would like to write an article, please contact Editor-in-Chief Tim Wilbur.