Columnists


  • Veteran criminal defence lawyer Bill Trudell brings the conversation around to issues of importance to the criminal bar and the legal profession as a whole.

    Column: Sidebars

    Doron Gold is a registered social worker who is also a former practising lawyer. He works with lawyers and law students in his role as a staff clinician and presenter with the Member Assistance Program as well as with members of the general public in his private psychotherapy practice. He’s available at dorongold.com.

    Column: The Lawyer Therapist
  • Gabrielle Giroday is the editor of Law Times. She is a journalist and former government spokeswoman who has won awards for her work in both media and public service. She has experience writing and communicating about legal and justice issues, foreign affairs, gender issues and economic analysis for publications across Canada.

    Column: Editorial Obiter

    Jeffrey Lem is the director of titles for the province of Ontario. This article reflects the personal views of the author alone.

     

    Column: The Dirt
  • Jim Middlemiss blogs about the legal profession at WebNews Management.com and can be followed on Twitter @JimMiddlemiss.

    He can be reached by email.

    Marta Siemiarczuk is a lawyer practising family law litigation and collaborative family law at Nelligan O’Brien Payne LLP in Ottawa.

    She can be reached by email.

    Column: Family Law
  • Matthew Gourlay handles criminal and regulatory matters at Henein Hutchison LLP with an emphasis on appellate litigation.

    He can be reached by email.

    Column: A Criminal Mind

    Nikolay Chsherbinin is an employment and immigration lawyer and author of The Law of Inducement in Canadian Employment Law. He can be reached at 416-907-2587 or by visiting nclaw.ca.

    Column: Labour Pains
  • Philip Girard is a legal historian and professor at Osgoode Hall Law School. He’s also associate editor at the Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History.

    He can be reached by email


    Column: That's History

    Susan Delacourt is an Ottawa-based political author and columnist who has been working on Parliament Hill for nearly 30 years. She is a frequent political panellist on national television and author of four books.

    She can be reached by email

    Column: The Hill
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