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Who should be doing the work: cost comparison and TCO analysis

Posted by uLaw Editorial Team on Nov 11, 2019 11:48:40 AM

 

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CPD Webinar: Trust & General reconciliation demystified (Nov'19)

Posted by uLaw Editorial Team on Nov 11, 2019 11:23:21 AM

For many legal practitioners across Canada, trust and general reconciliation can be an intimidating subject, but we promise it doesn't have to be. Join us this Friday and earn CPD.

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Topics: CPD

Expedite, automate streamline: using Global Payments with uLaw

Posted by uLaw Editorial Team on Nov 11, 2019 9:58:11 AM

 

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CPD Webinar: Learn what Bx, Cx, Ux and Px mean for Canadian law firms

Posted by uLaw Editorial Team on Nov 4, 2019 5:05:56 PM

Whether you’re a lawyer looking to increase satisfaction (and thus repeat business through referrals) among existing clients, or if you’re interested in how to best portray yourself and your firm, this webinar is for you.

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Thinking differently: What it takes to make lawyers understand accounting

Posted by uLaw Editorial Team on Nov 1, 2019 2:40:37 PM

Every day in courtrooms, separate but highly related words are bitterly argued. Often two synonyms are put up against one another, challenged and scaled on a balance of probabilities. Was it recklessness? Or negligence? Knowingly, or ought to have known?

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Spot Light: Tara Vasdani on impact of social media and tech on practice of law in Canada

Posted by Sam Cooley on Oct 30, 2019 4:27:03 PM

Unrestrained by workplace conventions of the last century, a growing number of Canadians are finding themselves operating in a compelling space which allows them to traverse the globe armed with a laptop, a passport, and a wireless internet signal.

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Who should be doing the work: cost comparison and TCO analysis

Posted by uLaw Editorial Team on Oct 24, 2019 11:16:02 AM

 

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Antarpreet Kahlon says saving client from deportation among top moments as lawyer

Posted by uLaw Editorial Team on Oct 16, 2019 11:19:21 AM

For some newcomers to Canada, a brush with the justice system can mean more than a jail term, fines, or a criminal record. It can lead, quite suddenly, to deportation from the country, with little to no chance of a return, says Mississauga-based criminal lawyer Antarpreet Kahlon.

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Algonquin Careers Academy to use uLawPractice in curriculum

Posted by uLawPractice and Algonquin Careers Academy on Oct 7, 2019 12:55:51 PM

 

OTTAWA--Paralegal students at Algonquin Careers Academy campuses in Ottawa and Mississauga will be utilizing uLawPractice’s web-based EDU environment to learn legal accounting and practice management as part of their curriculum.

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$50 gift card referral program extended until Dec. 2019

Posted by uLaw Editorial Team on Oct 4, 2019 2:00:56 PM

 

Throughout the last quarter of 2019, existing uLaw clients can continue to obtain $50 gift cards by referring a friend to become a uLawPractice subscriber

How it works:

  • Fill out the form below
  • You will get an email about the referral
  • Forward the email to your friend so that he/she can register for the trial.
  • After 30 days, if he/she activates you get to choose a $50 Gift Card from one of the following retailers: BestBuy, Canadian Tire, Walmart, or Home Depot. We'll email or mail the card to you.
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