"Jump Start on CPD 2015": Wednesday, April 1, 2015; Time: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
(Original course: Thursday, November 13, 2014)
Who should attend: All commercial and Aboriginal law lawyers in private practice, industry, and government; others who focus on Aboriginal law issues will also benefit, including First Nations and industry leaders, and employees of First Nations or First Nations organizations.
Learning level: All levels
Going forward: First Nations, government, and industry in BC
Your annual Aboriginal Law Conference will focus on the legal and pragmatic implications of current developments affecting First Nations, provincial and federal governments, and industry. Topics will include the very latest court pronouncements on Aboriginal title, related jurisdictional issues and their application, updates on LNG developments, the Enbridge proceedings, and Site C, including related regulatory and environmental assessment issues. Join us for your annual update.
After taking this course you will...
- understand the significance of the Tsilhqot’in SCC decision
- be up to date with case law: application and implications of the latest important cases
- be up to speed on new legislative amendments
- know how to navigate Aboriginal and environmental law issues in resource development projects
Law Society of BC CPD Hours: 8 hours (a minimum of 1 hour will involve aspects of professional responsibility and ethics, client care and relations, and/or practice management).
Maria Morellato, QC — Mandell Pinder LLP, Vancouver
Pierre Lebel — Chairman, Imperial Metals Corporation, Vancouver
Featured Luncheon Speaker
Bill Gallagher — Lawyer/Strategist/Author, Waterloo
"Jump Start on CPD 2015"
EARLY BIRD (Register by March 4, 2015 and SAVE): $405
After March 4, 2015: $450
Unable to attend without financial support? To learn more about CLEBC's Bursary Program click here and for our Easy Pay Plan click here.
Registration includes an electronic copy of the course materials and lunch.
Webinar Archive: This course will be added to the Webinar Archive. See below to subscribe.
Can't make the live course/live webinar?
1. Order the online course materials, an archive of all CLEBC papers published since 2001. ... OR
2. Subscribe to the Webinar Archive, a repository of recordings of most CLEBC past courses.
Annual subscription rates for both options are based on firm size.
CLEBC Program Lawyer
Teresa M. Sheward