New CLE-TV Series Offers Alternative to Full-Day Course

February 20, 2014

CLEBC is launching a new course option for its customers—the CLE-TV series. This new series option allows participants to attend one or all of a series of shorter online programs broadcast on different days and covering interrelated subjects.



The first CLE-TV series is Corporate Records, offered this March through June. Genevieve Chang, the CLEBC Program Lawyer for Corporate Records, says that “the series is produced with all of the segments in mind, with one or more of our volunteer subject matter experts overseeing the design of the entire series, as if it were a full-day course. This ensures cohesion and continuity between segments.”

Rob Seto, Director of Programs at CLEBC, says the new option “provides customers with a greater ability to sift through our offerings and sign up for only what interests them.”



CLE-TV Studio

Benefits of the CLE-TV Series

  • Flexibility: Participants attend only the topics that are of most interest to them
  • Accessibility: Customers can access the same product experience no matter where they are located in the city, province or country.
  • Participation: Participants can chat with one another or with the course moderator


Attending the entire series allows customers to divide a day’s professional development into manageable chunks. Chang says that this will make content easier to digest and give customers the chance to use what they learned and come back with more questions.



The Inaugural Series: Corporate Records (March to June 2014)

This series is designed for corporate services paralegals, legal support staff, articling students, and lawyers who want a refresher on basic corporate records. It will consist of four 90-minute segments, as follows:

  1. Resolutions and Minutes (March 4)
  2. Minute Book Due Diligence (April 8)
  3. Correcting and Rectifying Minute Book Errors (May 6)
  4. Searching for Useful Information on Corporate Entities (June 3)


Anna Juch, Senior Paralegal at Borden Ladner Gervais LLP, lends her expertise as the chair of this series. Sean Muggah, Partner at Borden Ladner Gervais LLP, and Theresa Thoreson, supervisor of the Corporate Services Department at Richards Buell Sutton LLP will also be presenting in this series.

Attend the whole series, and:

  • Pay the same as you would for a full-day CLEBC course
  • Earn 6 CPD hours—the same as a full-day course
  • Get access to a complimentary rebroadcast of the series


Early Bird pricing is available up to the week before each segment.

When purchasing the entire series, plus-one pricing is available for two or more participants attending together.

Look out for more CLE-TV series offered in the near future, as CLEBC continues to develop accessible courses in a variety of practice areas.

Register through www.cle.bc.ca or contact our Customer Service department at 604.893.2121 to learn about other flexible learning options.