The Lawyers Weekly - 1 Year Print and Digital Subscription

Publisher: LexisNexis Canada
Format::  Newspaper, 13
ISBN:: 9780433464532


Published since 1983, The Lawyers Weekly is an indispensible research tool for thousands of lawyers across the country. It delivers critical news and information on significant court decisions, industry trends, strategies, issues and events that affect the legal profession.
The Lawyers Weekly is published 48 times annually, and is available in print and digital formats, with online access to searchable content, Sharing Tools, and archived issues.

With The Lawyers Weekly you'll get:


Throughout the year, The Lawyers Weekly delivers a selection of specialty magazines with our newspaper:

In-House Counsel – published once annually – focuses on the growing corporate counsel market, and explores cutting-edge issues such as work-life balance and corporate social responsibilities
Recovery – published twice annually – provides insight and expert commentary on personal injury law in Canada
Succession Planning – published three-times annually – helps leaders plan for the successful continuation of their business
Forensic Accounting & Fraud – published twice annually – dedicated to exploring the legal and financial tools, technology and investigative strategies required to take down the fraudsters

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