The CLEBC Truth and Reconciliation Task Force has created an Action Plan to guide CLEBC's implementation of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's Calls to Action in the area of legal education. Check out some of our initiatives here.
The New Cannabis Landscape—The place of cannabis marijuana in the lives of Canadians will undergo a radical change with its legalization and entry into the mainstream. This transformation will affect Canada's legal landscape, and will have profound implications in many areas of practice. December 10 and 11, or 18 and 19.
Indigenous Laws Conference—This conference will be of interest to anyone involved in legal issues respecting Indigenous peoples, and to everyone interested in building constructive partnerships in Canada. Thursday and Friday, October 25 and 26, 2018
October 2018 This month’s spotlight is on longtime CLEBC contributor Rhaea Bailey. Rhaea is a Métis lawyer who practised family law, child protection law, and Indigenous law before her current position as the Manager of Indigenous Services at the Legal Services Society of BC.
CLEBC is honoured to have the Right Honourable Richard Wagner, PC, Chief Justice of Canada deliver the opening address at our Administrative Law Conference 2018. Read our Q+A with Chief Justice Wagner for his thoughts on developments in administrative law, his advice for lawyers advocating before the Supreme Court of Canada, and more!
This year, we would like to highlight a special group of CLEBC contributors – our rising stars. Read more about lawyers called to the BC bar within the last 7 years who have committed an incredible amount of time and energy to CLEBC’s courses and publications.
The Spotlight is CLEBC’s seasonal publication with information on upcoming courses and publications, plus other items of interest to the BC legal community. Your guide to the essential resources for your practice.