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Did you miss one of these CPD activities? Register for the summer replay!
July 13 – Ethics & the Code + Trust Accounting
$65 – 2.0 hrs + Ethics
Originally recorded Nov 19. In these two sessions from our seminar, Essentials for Boutique Practitioners, Law Society staff members, Valerie Payne and Pam Harmon, review the Code of Professional Conduct and Trust Accounting with a focus on solos and small firms.
July 20 – Shedding the Doctrine of Discovery: Toward an Equality-based Framework for Aboriginal Title
Free – 1.5 hrs + Ethics
Originally recorded March 23. Felix Hoehn, Associate Professor at the College of Law, University of Saskatchewan, reviews the doctrine of discovery and explores an equality-based framework for Aboriginal title in this discussion of recent case law and his reimagined Tŝilhqot’in Nation v British Columbia decision, published in Kent McNeil & Naiomi Metallic, eds, Judicial Tales Retold: Reimagining Indigenous Rights Jurisprudence, (2020) Canadian Native Law Reporter, Special Edition (Saskatoon: Indigenous Law Centre) 191.
August 17 – Lawyer Well-Being: Concrete Strategies to Thrive in Law
$40 – 1.5 hrs
Originally recorded May 3. Bena Stock is a former litigation lawyer and an authority on mental health and well-being in the legal profession. In this webinar, she explores mental health and well-being in the legal profession, and offers concrete strategies for improving your mental health. Workbook included.
August 24 – The New Family Law Rules: One Year Later
$90 – .75 hrs + Ethics
Originally recorded May 26. In this session from this spring’s seminar, A Family Law Refresher, panelists Madam Justice C.M. Richmond, Jennifer Fabian, Q.C., Registrar and Executive Legal Officer for the Court of Queen’s Bench, and Greg Walen, Q.C., counsel for Scharfstein LLP, discuss the new QB Family Law Rules which came into force June 2021. The panel covered issues that have arisen, offered clarifications and answered questions from attendees.
To register, select the links above, or go to our CPD Calendar of Events.