CLEBC is committed to implementing the recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, particularly Call to Action 27. We have created a CLEBC Truth and Reconciliation Action Plan, which you can view online.
One of our goals is to involve Indigenous lawyers actively in our work, in creating and delivering courses, and in developing legal materials.
We issue this invitation to members of the Indigenous Bar who wish to volunteer to be involved in the work of the CLEBC.
We are open to new ideas, and are committed to integrating discussion of Indigenous laws into CLEBC courses and content.
We are asking Indigenous lawyers, judges, leaders, and academics to identify whether you want to be involved in our work. By sharing your knowledge, you can establish yourself as a leader, boost your public profile, enhance your education, and receive CPD credits.
CLEBC operates in six core areas: Family, Criminal, Real Estate, Wills & Estates, Litigation, and Business. We have different opportunities that arise to contribute to the work CLEBC does in providing quality professional education to the legal community.
CLEBC is a not for profit society, and all of our contributors are volunteers. If you are interested in participating, please fill out this webform or email firstname.lastname@example.org, and Teresa Sheward, Program Lawyer, will be in touch.
Please share this invitation along to anyone you think may be interested. Thank you very much.
Linda W. Russell, CEO
The Continuing Legal Education Society of BC