Course Content: Not Just for Tests!

May 03, 2017

A recent conversation with an HR professional in a law firm had me scratching my head for several reasons.  As this person relayed a ‘series of unfortunate events’ to me that had occurred throughout the recruitment process with a recent applicant who was a former student of mine,  I couldn’t… Continue Reading Course Content: Not Just for Tests!

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9 Observations and Tips from a Newbie Runner

Oct 13, 2016

I started training early August for my very first 5k race coming up this Sunday, October 16th. I’m going the #distanceforDC at the Scotia Waterfront Toronto Marathon.  This is a bit of a bucket list thing, I’ve been talking about on and off for a couple of years.  After running… Continue Reading 9 Observations and Tips from a Newbie Runner

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You don’t have to take my word for it…take theirs!

Sep 26, 2016

This week’s Advice Guru has this to say… 1) Make a conscious effort to build and maintain your personal network. A lot of people don’t take this seriously and don’t realize the importance of maintaining your personal network. Your network will provide you with information on changes within your industry,… Continue Reading You don’t have to take my word for it…take theirs!

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You don’t have to take my word for it…take theirs!

Sep 19, 2016

  I recently put a call out to graduates of the Law Clerk Advanced program.  I was looking for advice that they – as people who had been there, done that, got the diploma and got the career – could share with you, my current students, who are at various… Continue Reading You don’t have to take my word for it…take theirs!

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High School to College: Being A Supportive Parent

Apr 08, 2016

Money matters, flaky friends, dining dilemmas and rusty relationships are all going to be among a few of the hurdles they’ll face. Heartbreaks. Student/Teacher conflict. Overdrawn bank accounts. No change for laundry. Pub Nights. Peer pressure. Room-mate drama. You get the idea. But how will they do it all without… Continue Reading High School to College: Being A Supportive Parent

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So Long, Farewell

Mar 29, 2016

I can’t believe that this is my last Team Experience blog post – seriously I can’t believe it!!! Not to mention the fact that I’ll be graduating in June, too! Where on earth did this past year go?? Or two years for that matter. My time both on Team Experience… Continue Reading So Long, Farewell

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The 7 Most Important Lessons I Learned as a College Student

Mar 29, 2016

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again. I can’t believe that my two years at DC as a student in the advertising & marketing communications program have come to an end! Where did the time go??!! College is a learning process. Ok well duh, you learn stuff, but… Continue Reading The 7 Most Important Lessons I Learned as a College Student

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Endless Opportunities with DC

Mar 08, 2016

I’m constantly in awe of all the opportunities we’re given here at DC. In particular, my program regularly competes in a competition called the Grip Juicer. If you follow me… well basically anywhere (I was really excited, okay?) you might have seen me talking about it for the past two months… Continue Reading Endless Opportunities with DC

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