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4
Dec

But I Was Wearing A Suit (Part I and II)

“But I Was Wearing a Suit” is a mini documentary about the racism that Indigenous lawyers and law students face within the legal profession. It is a grassroots project of a group of Indigenous Lawyers, produced with the support of CLEBC and the Law Society of BC.

25
Nov

2017 Leaders in Learning: The Honourable Marvyn Koenigsberg and Sandra Cunningham, QC

2017 This year’s recipients The Honourable Marvyn Koenigsberg and Sandra Cunningham, QC have demonstrated incredible commitment to mentorship, role modeling, and delivering learning opportunities to lawyers over the past two decades.

23
Nov

Jan A. Fishman—In the Spotlight

December 2017
This month’s spotlight is on longtime CLEBC volunteer Jan A. Fishman of Fishman Lawyers, editorial board member of CLEBC’s Civil Jury Instructions publication.

27
Oct

Anjili Bahadoorsingh—In the Spotlight

November 2017
This month’s spotlight is on longtime CLEBC volunteer Anjili Bahadoorsingh of Terra Law. Anjili practices in the areas of real estate finance, commercial lending, and secured transactions, and is one of the authors of our BC Personal Property Security Act Practice Manual (PPSA Practice Manual).

2
Oct

Q + A with Chris Hope and Kathryn Sainty – Authors of CLEBC’s New Title Plus TC&D

Learn more about our new title Plus TC&D: The Assessment of Costs and Disbursements in Motor Vehicle Injury Litigation from authors Christopher J. Hope and Kathryn Sainty, QC.

2
Oct

Q + A with Keith Reimer and Laura Best

Read our Q&A with the new chairs of our Immigration Issues in Depth 2017 course to learn more about emerging issues in immigration law.

7
Sep

Call for Submissions: “But I Was Wearing a Suit” Mini Documentary

We are creating a mini-documentary to raise awareness about the racism that Indigenous lawyers and law students face within the legal profession.

7
Sep

John Shields and Andrew Morrison—In the Spotlight

September 2017 This month’s spotlight is on longtime volunteers John Shields and Andrew Morrison of Shields Harney, the co-chairs of our upcoming Affidavit Secrets 2017 course on October 16.

2
Sep

Jump Start on CPD Rebroadcasts 2018

Why wait until the end of the year to complete your CPD requirements? Get a jump start and join us online March 5–9, 2018!

21
Aug

TEST Blog Post Title

When examining a witness, counsel should ask questions that are intelligently phrased, concise, and clear in meaning. No one should have to guess at what the question means. If opposing counsel asks a question that can’t be understood or may be misunderstood by the witness, object on the ground that it’s ambiguous or unintelligible.

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