Professional Schools Stories


These court cases may just be for show. But that’s a moot point.

Mooting, where teams play out a mock court case, can be fierce—and the once extracurricular activity is now often on the curriculum

Why don’t future engineers learn real-world skills in school?

From 2015: Many engineering graduates don’t feel confident they can build anything. Experts say the schools are letting them down. How can that be?

Diversity among doctors

Students with disabilities are finding their place in medical schools—and beyond

Double and triple threats: When an extra degree pays off

As Ph.D.s struggle to find work, some professionals are going back to school to get third and fourth degrees

Taking care of business

Programs in engineering, arts and even environmental studies are embracing dollars and sense
Osgoode Hall law students in the new Gowlings Hall

Proposed law schools in Newfoundland and B.C. move forward

Profession grows despite concerns about too many lawyers
Laura McGee

’I didn’t go to law school to become an academic’

Future lawyers push for more practical skills
accounting Roger Lemoyne

Accounting designations get together

What the single-stream CPA designation means for students
Medical Schools pills pharma free

Future doctors demand boundaries with Big Pharma

Medical schools address conflict-of-interest
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Should I do an M.B.A.?

In the face of challenges, Canada’s business schools adapt