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16
May

Call for Papers | Aboriginal Law Conference 2022

CLEBC’s Aboriginal Law Conference will be held via webinar on November 5, 2021. We invite you to submit an outline of the paper you would like to present at the conference.
13
May

CLEBC Book Updates—July 2022 to June 2023

CLEBC Book Updates—July 2022 to June 2023 Flexible access to CLEBC practice resources is more important than ever—from any location, at any time, and from the devices that are most convenient for you. With these upcoming updates, CLEBC is offering new choices to best fit your situation:  An annual online subscription offers firm-wide access...
11
May

Hot Topics in Family Law Part II: Good Lawyering for Bad Parenting

Dealing with parents and parenting issues can be a challenging part of family law practice. This course will give you valuable tools and tips for navigating your clients through the minefield of parenting disputes.
11
May

But I Was Wearing A Suit — Part II: Experiences of Indigenous Peoples Accessing the Justice System

“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.
06
May

Call for Papers | Human Rights Law Conference 2022

Our annual two-day conference held on November 16 & 23, 2021 brings together leading human rights law practitioners to address current and emerging issues in human rights law with a focus on BC.
27
Apr

Featured Course

Family Law Basics
Thursday and Friday, June 2 and 3, 2022.
25
Apr
22
Apr

New Online Writing Guide for Indigenous Content

MORE THAN FOUR YEARS HAVE PASSED since publication of the groundbreaking Elements of Indigenous Style by the late Gregory Younging of  Opaskwayak Cree Nation, who was the publisher of Theytus Books, the first Indigenous-owned publishing house in Canada.
22
Apr

Directives from BC AG on Civil Litigation involving Indigenous Peoples

TWENTY NEW LITIGATION DIRECTIVES for civil matters involving Indigenous Peoples in BC are set out in detail on the Government of BC website.