According to our data, on average Chilean lawyers are likely to be better compensated than their peers in the rest of the continent (with the only exception of those qualified in the United States and Canada). It comes as no surprise that US lawyers, followed by Canadians, have the highest total compensation in the continent.… Continue reading Highest-paid lawyers in the continent
It won’t earn you more money, but for sure, it will shape the way you think. At least that’s what the majority of those who hold an MBA’s we’ve surveyed have responded. Every year there’s a new MBA ranking, but some Business Schools are opting out to provide their info to the magazines that publish… Continue reading Lawyers, do you really need an MBA?
We’ve analyzed the profiles of over 25 hundred lawyers currently working for a select group of Canadian law firms known as the 7 Sisters. Here are 7 interesting facts about them: 1# Where are their lawyers located? 2# The 7 Sisters sorted by size and location 3# Bay Street, Montreal and Calgary at a glimpse 4# Which law school… Continue reading 7 facts of the 7 Sisters
Maclean’s Magazine compares law schools every year. Osgoode Hall has routinely ranked in the bottom third* when it comes to “elite firm hiring”, one of the several aspects the Magazine considers to determine “graduate quality”. It is an interesting study, but it doesn’t seem to portray the fact that 22% of the lawyers that currently… Continue reading Law Schools that will land you a job on Bay Street
Are you admitted to practice law in multiple jurisdictions? If so, you might be among the 12.1% of Canadian lawyers working at large firms who can flash more than one badge to appear in court. If you think that the most common combination is to be admitted to practice both in Québec and in Ontario, you might have… Continue reading Multi-Bar Lawyers in Canada