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Law Times @ 25

Video: A walk down memory lane

As Law Times celebrates its 25th year of publishing, we talk to founding editor Jim Middlemiss about the paper's early years.
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Our 25th anniversary special edition

We're celebrating Law Times' 25th anniversary. For the first time ever, we're opening up the pages of Law Times to the entire Canadian legal community. The special anniversary feature includes an 11-page section with a retrospective including notable cases, benchmark decisions, significant legislation, major stories and scandals, and a look at how the practice of law has evolved. Click here to read the March 24th digital issue of Law Times.
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Celebrating 25 years

With the media facing difficult times, the fact that a publication like Law Times continues to thrive after 25 years is something to celebrate. So in this week's issue, you’ll find what’s hopefully an eye-opening and engaging look back at 25 years of this paper.
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Law Times at 25: The rise of the boutique law firm

They were a group of seven lawyers at a large firm who concentrated on a specific area of law. But they wanted autonomy and flexibility and to be free of the constraints of a large firm.
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Law Times poll

A recent Court of Appeal decision acknowledged a ‘new reality’ of civil litigation in which courts are seeing a significant number of self-represented litigants. Are courts are doing a good job of addressing the needs of self-represented litigants?
Yes, judges are doing a good job of ensuring trial fairness.
No, courts have only just begun to consider the many issues surrounding self-represented litigants.