Canadian Lawyer 4Students

Fall 2009

Life skills and career tips for Canada's lawyers in training

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4STUDENTS 7 Law as theatre UBC prof uses theatrical techniques to teach the finer points of mediation. 25 Taking the HEP IN THE dates who have the qualities that will ecome associates and eventually partners pportunity to get noticed. It is up to you to p. tion on our Student Programmes, please ogrammes@millerthomson.com or at www.millerthomson.com Digital edition sponsored by: 29 How to succeed in business (law) without really trying Those who have, dish on how to get ahead in business law. C ANADIAN Lawyer 4STUDENTS SEPTEMBER 2009 3 7/16/09 9:17:37 AM T DIRECTION 11 Tips from the top circuitous route Michael Rosenberg's journey into law has not exactly been straightforward. n, we want students who challenge re committed to professional excellence. Canadian Lawyer 4Students goes right to the top and seeks some words of wisdom from senior in-house counsel around the country. 21 Show your best side Law firm recruiters share some of their secrets for what makes a good impression. 32 Pros and cons The pros and cons of: bankruptcy and insol- vency law, working in Vancouver, privacy law, and practising at a litigation boutique. 38 Students page Poetry from Bogdan Dobrota. what's inside? 14 For Crown & country If you've got a sense for public service, working for the government provides many options. PHOTO: KIM STALLKNECHT

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