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This webinar is hosted by Saskatchewan’s Legal Coaching and Unbundling Working Group and part of Canada’s Access to Justice week, taking place from October 26 to 30, 2020 in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario.
Cost is a significant factor for people trying to access legal services. Unbundling legal services can be a cost effective and efficient alternative for people looking for legal help. The goal of this webinar is to encourage lawyers to offer unbundled services, and for the public to learn more about how these services work. Tune in to hear presenters from British Columbia, Alberta, and Ontario speak about client and lawyer feedback, and to ask your questions about unbundled services. Click here to register for the webinar, held on Monday, October 26 at 12 pm. This webinar qualifies for 1 CPD hour, all of which qualifies for Ethics.
Get a sneak peak of the conversation with the speakers John-Paul Boyd, an accredited family law arbitrator based in Alberta, Sonali Sharma founder of Athena Law in British Columbia and Lisa Eisen, founder of Family Law: A La Carte in Ontario in our latest Legal Skies episode.