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Court of King’s Bench Practice Directive #7 – Mandatory Participation in a Judicial Case Conference Before a Chambers Hearing is Scheduled
October 4, 2022
The Court of King’s Bench Practice Directive #7 comes into effect November 1, 2022. In the Judicial Centres of Saskatoon and Regina, Judicial Case Conferences (JCCs) are required, in certain circumstances, before a family law matter can be scheduled for a chambers hearing.
If you have questions about this change, be sure to attend the webinar: What Lawyers Need to Know About FAM-PD 7 – Mandatory Participation in a Judicial Case Conference.
In this webinar, the Honourable Mr. Justice Turcotte and the Honourable Madam Justice Goebel will provide some background to this process and explain which matters require JCCs, which are exempt, and provide answers to questions practitioners may have regarding the JCC process.