MBA-Law

Why big law firms are failing at retaining millennials

Published: 20Feb2019

Joint Law-MBA graduate Aly Haji (BCL/LLB’18, MBA’18) shares his take on why the traditional values and incentives that underpin operations in major law firms do not appeal as strongly to millennial...

Why law firms fail at retaining Millennials

Published: 7Dec2018

According to Ali Háji, joint McGill MBA-Law graduate, while law firms pour significant resources into recruiting the best talent to join the ranks of their associates, they are ultimately failing...

Desautels MBA-Law student to spend year with Supreme Court of Canada

Published: 22Mar2017

Aly R. Háji, a student in the joint MBA-Law program at McGill University, has been selected to fill one of twenty-seven positions as Clerk for the Supreme Court of Canada. Under this highly...

Innovation at law firms? Depends on who you ask

Published: 28Jun2017

A recent Lexpert Magazine article looks at a study by Aly Háji, a joint MBA- Law student supervised by Professor Karl Moore. The paper, The Illusion of Innovation at Canadian Law Firms, exposes the...

Part-funded MBAs keeping lawyers content in roles

Published: 6Mar2015

A number of the Silver and Magic Circle law firms are offering to part fund MBAs as a method of retaining their top performers, according to recruitment firm Legal Professionals. The legal...

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