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The Lawyer’s Daily provides Canadian legal news, analysis and current awareness for lawyers and legal professionals who need a real-time view on the shifting legal landscape. Produced by a dedicated team of reporters, freelancers and editors, The Lawyer’s Daily provides the critical breaking daily news and digests free for all users, in addition to legal industry news. Subscribers to The Lawyer’s Daily receive additional in-depth analysis of legal developments, illuminating thought leadership, regular insight from our columnists, and access to historical news and digests from The Lawyers Weekly.
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The Lawyer's Daily publishes from Monday to Friday, excluding Canadian statutory holidays.
Publisher and Editor-in-Chief
Telephone: 905-415-5889 | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
John is responsible for the overall content and social media strategy of The Lawyer's Daily, the fifth editorship in his career. He brings 25 years of journalism, online content and digital communications experience to the role as an editor and reporter in the U.K. and Canada, specializing in technology and business. He also runs a digital consultancy called Herb Communications.
Telephone: 905-415-5828 | E-mail: email@example.com
Matthew is responsible for managing the news and copy editing team at The Lawyer’s Daily. He joined LexisNexis Canada in 2011, working in several capacities at The Lawyers Weekly until assuming the role of managing editor of The Lawyer’s Daily. Matthew completed his LL.B. at the University of Ottawa, and his undergraduate degree at Western University where he was awarded the Gold Medal in criminology for highest standing in the program.
Telephone: 437-828-6772 | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Richard joined the editorial team in 2013 as the Focus editor. He studied journalism at Humber College and has been a professional journalist for over 40 years, working as a reporter and editor for publications as diverse as The Ottawa Citizen, Canadian Security Magazine, Readers Digest and The Financial Post Magazine. He has published six books. Richard is responsible for these areas of practice: Wills, Trusts & Estates; Civil Litigation; Immigration; In-House Counsel; Business Law.
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Since 1987, Peter has worked for publications including Financial Post Magazine, Chatelaine, Today's Trucking, Toronto Sun and Harrowsmith Country Life in various roles from Editor-in-Chief to Senior Editor to Columnist. His journalism career has landed him the Governor General Roland Michener Award for Meritorious Public Service Journalism and several Kenneth R. Wilson business journalism awards. In 2014, his blog Pete's Blog & Grille was named best business blog in Canada by the Canadian Online Publishing Awards. Peter is responsible for these areas of practice: Natural Resources; Criminal; Labour & Employment; Intellectual Property; Real Estate.
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Yvette has a B.A. in English from York University and has taken courses in magazine publishing at Ryerson University. Her creative writing has gained her acceptance into the Humber School for Writers summer workshop and participation in Diaspora Dialogues Mentoring Program for writers. She has more than 15 years' experience as an associate editor for accounting publications CAmagazine and CPA Magazine, and has written for an event marketing blog. Yvette is responsible for these areas of practice: Family Law; Insurance; Personal Injury; Tax.
Ottawa Bureau Chief
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Cristin was with The Lawyers Weekly in both editing and reporting roles since its inception and opened the newspaper's Ottawa bureau in 1988. She covers the Supreme Court of Canada, Parliament, and the gamut of law, including family law. She also regularly writes on legal issues for the general media and U.S. media, and reported from Kosovo and Afghanistan during those armed conflicts. She is a member, and former president, of the Canadian Parliamentary Press Gallery.
Telephone: 416-524-2152 | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Amanda has worked with The Lawyer’s Daily since its launch in 2017. Before joining LexisNexis Canada, she worked as a freelance journalist, with her work featured in such publications as the National Post, Yahoo Canada News, Metroland Media outlets, and Praxis English. Amanda’s writing background also includes corporate communications as she worked in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto for five years as a communications liaison.
Amanda covers these jurisdictions: Ontario; Northwest Territories.
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Prior to joining The Lawyer's Daily, Ian worked as a journalist with the Metroland Media-owned Mirror newspaper in Midland, Ontario, covering the southern Georgian Bay area. Before making the transition to journalism, Ian worked throughout municipal, and provincial governments. He holds a diploma in journalism from Humber College, a B.A. in Political Science from McMaster University, and an M.A. in Public Administration from Carleton University.
Ian covers these jurisdictions: British Columbia; Alberta; Yukon; and Law Society of Ontario.
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Terry has been in print journalism since graduating from Ryerson University in 2007. Both while still in school and since graduating, he has enjoyed writing news and features for the National Post, the Toronto Star, The Chinese News Group, New Brunswick Telegraph-Journal and, most recently, the Toronto Sun.
Terry covers these jurisdictions: Saskatchewan; Manitoba; Newfoundland; Nova Scotia; New Brunswick; P.E.I.; Nunavut.
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John is a former freelance contributor to The Lawyer’s Daily, The Lawyers Weekly and a graduate of the journalism program at Carleton University. He has worked for a variety of newspapers, magazines and wire services, including the Montreal Gazette, the Japan Times and Maclean’s, where he served as associate business editor and education editor. While at Maclean’s, he was co-nominated for two national magazine awards.
John covers these jurisdictions: Ontario; Northwest Territories.
Telephone: 905-776-6739 | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
John handles staff-written news articles and submissions from lawyers and accountants. He has been with The Lawyers Weekly since February 2016. He spent more than two decades as an editor, reporter, layout editor and assistant sports editor for the Toronto Star and before that as a copy editor with the Palm Beach Post news desk. At the Star he covered such events as the Queen’s Plate and Kentucky Derby.
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