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By Jakaeden Frizzell, CPD Program Coordinator
On Thursday April 11 the Law Society will be hosting a noon hour webinar covering appellate practice and procedures of the Court of Appeal for Saskatchewan. The webinar will qualify for 1.0 CPD hour.
Have you had to bring a civil or criminal matter before the Court of Appeal for Saskatchewan? Most counsel do not regularly appear before the Court of Appeal. Join us for a review of the Court’s practices and procedures and learn from this powerhouse panel of presenters who will speak to changes in the requirements for leave to appeal in certain cases, common issues with the perfection of appeals and other registry concerns, as well as the basics of good appellate advocacy. The panel for this webinar is the Chief Justice of Saskatchewan, the Honourable Robert G. Richards, Mr. Justice Neal W. Caldwell of the Court of Appeal for Saskatchewan, and Ms. Melanie A. Baldwin, Q.C., the Registrar of the Court of Appeal for Saskatchewan.
Register here: SKCA Practice and Procedure (CPD 220)