The Law Society set up a recording booth at the 2020 CBA Mid-Winter Meeting to discuss with panelists and attendees the latest trends in the legal profession. Our first three episodes in the series focuses on the President’s Forum about the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.
S2E1 Part 1 – What does it take to put a conference together? Steven Dribnenki, chair of the planning committee for the 2020 CBA Mid-Winter Meeting, discusses putting the conference together.
S2E1 Part 2 – The National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls issued its final report and calls for justice in 2019. Macrina Badger from the Ministry of Justice and Katrina Swan from the Regina Police Service discuss the impact of the inquiry and the work that needs to be done. To read the final report, visit www.mmiwg-ffada.ca.
S2E1 Part 3 – Beth Bilson, Q.C., former Dean at the College of Law at the University of Saskatchewan, discusses how everyone has a role to play in educating the public about missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.
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