BarTalk | December 2011

  • December 01, 2011

Like everything in life, legal careers start and finish. We discuss both ends of the spectrum, as each requires planning to succeed. Articles discuss starting your own firm, succession planning, retirement financial planning, winding down your practice and developing a life after law. And we tell of TRU law school’s grand opening.

In this Issue:

Departments

FROM THE PRESIDENT
Creating REAL Opportunity for Succession Planning by Sharon Matthews

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Retirement by Caroline Nevin

PRACTICE TALK
Dealing with Change by David J. Bilinsky

DAVE’S TECH TIPS

NOTHING OFFICIAL
Terms of Venery for the Erudite Advocate by Tony Wilson

Sections

SECTION UPDATE
Introducing: The CBABC Appellate Advocacy Section
Appellate Advocacy
Charities and Not-For-Profit Law
Alternate Dispute Resolution-Vancouver

SECTION NEWS
Tracking Tool and CPD Hours

Features

Succession Planning, It’s Good Practice by Sherelle Goodwin

How to Succeed at Succession by Gerald Lecovin, QC

Not Everyone Wants to Do Mergers and Acquisitions by John Lakes

Small Firm Succession Planning by Mary Mcewan

A Questionnaire About Planning for Retirement by Christine Murray

Guests

TRU Faculty of Law Grand Opening by Gail Mckay

Want to Start Your Own Law Firm? by Nicole Holas