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COVID-19 response from Linda W. Russell, CEO, CLEBC

Dear CLEBC community, Ensuring the health and safety of the community, our valued customers, contributors, and employees continues to be CLEBC’s highest priority. In light of the continued spread of the COVID-19 virus, we are working to do our part in helping to reduce the spread of the virus and to support the legal community. ...

Complimentary Webinar – CLE-TV: Anti-Money Laundering 2019

Please enjoy a recording of this course in support of our regulator’s initiatives.


Important Message about Upcoming Print Book Updates

For the next three months (April to June), CLEBC will be updating online versions of our books, but will not be printing and shipping the print updates.


CLEBC Statement Regarding COVID-19

March 12, 2020 CLEBC is committed to maintaining the health and safety of our staff, customers, and contributors. Like all of you, we are monitoring the situation surrounding COVID-19 and the advice of Canadian public health authorities and other experts. CLEBC has no plans at this time to cancel any upcoming courses. We will continue …


CLEBC Sponsors British Columbia Law Schools Competitive Moot

CLEBC is delighted to have recently sponsored the British Columbia Law Schools Competitive Moot, a competition between teams from UVic Law, UBC Allard Law, and TRU Law.


Expanding Our Vision: Cultural Equality and Indigenous Peoples’ Human Rights Report

Report author, and long-serving CLEBC contributor, Ardith Walpetko We’dalx Walkem QC surveyed over 100 Indigenous People about their experiences with discrimination and the Human Rights Tribunal.


CLEBC Wins Readers’ Choice Award for Legal Research – Print & E-books

CLEBC is thrilled to be one of the winners of Canadian Lawyer 2019-2020 Readers’ Choice awards for Legal Research – Print & E-books.


2019 Leaders in Learning: Ardith Walpetko We’dalx Walkem, QC

2019 This year’s recipient, Ardith Walpetko We’dalx Walkem, QC, has demonstrated incredible commitment to mentorship, role modeling, and delivering learning opportunities to lawyers throughout her career, particularly regarding Indigenous laws and Truth and Reconciliation.


Elder Law Case Update at the Canadian Elder Law Conference: Interview with Emily Clough

We are excited that Emily Clough will be presenting at the Canadian Elder Law Conference 2019.


Ontario Law on Undue Influence in Estate Planning

By Alicia Godin – Estate and Trust Consultant, Scotiatrust Historically the area of estates was not particularly litigious, but as families and financial circumstances become more complex, litigation involving estates has become more frequent. Frequently touted, but notoriously difficult to prove, is the allegation of someone being unduly influenced in making their Will. A client …

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