Go to the Globe and Mail homepage

Jump to main navigationJump to main content

AdChoices
Stephen Harper waves as he walks off the stage after giving his concession speech following Canada's federal election in Calgary, October 19, 2015. (MARK BLINCH/Reuters)
Stephen Harper waves as he walks off the stage after giving his concession speech following Canada's federal election in Calgary, October 19, 2015. (MARK BLINCH/Reuters)

Dentons stocks up on ex-politicians, but 'it’s not about influencing legislation' Add to ...

Subscribers Only

This week, the top brass at global law firm Dentons were brainstorming all the ways former prime minister Stephen Harper could fit onto their team and help their clients in Canada and beyond.

Chairman Joseph Andrew wants one thing to be crystal clear: When Mr. Harper, who announced his affiliation with Dentons as a consultant in its Calgary office on Monday, gets his first mandate, it will have nothing to do with lobbying.

Report Typo/Error

Follow us on Twitter: @GlobeBusiness

Also on The Globe and Mail

Watch the highlights from Harper's convention speech in under two minutes (The Globe and Mail)

Next story

loading

In the know

The Globe Recommends

loading

Most popular videos »

Highlights

More from The Globe and Mail

Most popular