Join us online from July 17 to July 30, 2020! Why wait until the end of the year to complete your CPD requirements?
Take advantage of the lazy days of summer by completing your credits and learning at a more leisurely pace. We will be rebroadcasting webinars of some of our most popular recent courses, over a two week period.
Employment relationships are evolving at a rapid pace and so is the law as a result of technology, globalization, and increasing diversity in the workplace.Find out more »
How do "reconciliation agreements" change what happens across land- and water-scapes? There are many government-to-government agreements between Indigenous Nations and the Province of BC.Find out more »
The "med-arbitrator" first attempts to help the disputing parties work out an agreement in a mediator's role, but should mediation fail, the med-arbitrator can then assume the role of an arbitrator and render a binding decision.Find out more »
This is an essential course on the current state of forestry law in BC, for forestry professionals and lawyers alike.Find out more »
Get your questions answered at the builders' liens update: How do you identify work and land that is lienable? Come and get answers from the experts, along with tips and insights to help you provide better service to your clients.Find out more »
Estate planning is key to securing the future financial security of your clients and their families.Find out more »
Our experienced faculty will share their academic knowledge of the law and their practice experience to further your skills as an estate litigator to handle all types of asset and estate-related issues.Find out more »
Disputes can arise both before and after death in the estate area and understanding how to resolve them through the courts, arbitration, or mediation requires knowledge of applicable legal principles and practical expertise.Find out more »
It can be difficult to stay on top of all the changes happening in administrative law. This annual conference is your efficient solution to learning about recent decisions, legislative updates, and current trends in this complex practice area.Find out more »
The Aboriginal Law Conference will focus on the legal and pragmatic implications of current developments affecting Indigenous peoples, provincial and federal governments, and industry.Find out more »
Are you ready for CLEBC's 13th annual Residential Real Estate Conference? Continuing with the tradition of previous years, lawyers like you will meet to discuss the latest cases, trends, and challenges faced by residential real estate practitioners today.Find out more »