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Building a Flourishing Law Firm 2024 (Part 1)

This two-part series will present a strategic planning and decision-making framework to help your law firm address the myriad operational challenges that it may be facing.

Building a Flourishing Law Firm 2024 (Part 2)

This two-part series will present a strategic planning and decision-making framework to help your law firm address the myriad operational challenges that it may be facing.

Bankruptcy & Insolvency 2024

At this course, leading practitioners will provide you with a solid foundation for dealing with common concerns and current issues in the bankruptcy and insolvency area. Join us for a thorough, current, and practical update.

Animal Law Express 2024

Animal law is more than dog bite law, intersecting with an increasing number of mainstream practice areas like family, human rights, and environmental law. This exciting fast-paced half-day course will bring together leaders in the field to share the latest and greatest developments in animal law.

Jump Start on CPD

Don’t wait until the end of the year to earn your CPD credits. Stay ahead of the curve with our Jump Start rebroadcast series! From March 4 to 8, you can watch rebroadcasts of some of our most popular courses of the past few months

Planning and Development 2024

Planning and development crosses multiple areas of legal practice—municipal, administrative, and real estate. In this course, we will tie all of these aspects together to give you a comprehensive understanding of planning and development.

Securities Litigation 2024

This course is your comprehensive review of current law and practice in the multi-faceted niche of securities litigation, engaging civil, administrative, and criminal law in different forums and often engaging multi-jurisdictional interests.

Advanced Wills and Estates for Paralegals 2024

Complex issues regarding estate planning will be explained, including discussion on inter vivos and testamentary trusts. The course will also look at the contemporary issue of estate planning for blended families, among other topics.

Computer Forensics and Electronic Evidence

This specialized course is designed to provide lawyers with a comprehensive understanding of digital forensics and digital evidence, empowering them to effectively navigate and leverage these critical elements in litigation.

Associate Mentoring Plus (AMP)

This one-year-long program will help you build a solid foundation for a rewarding and sustainable legal career through a fully integrated curriculum that combines monthly educational programs with small-group coaching and one-on-one mentorship.

Associate Mentoring Plus (AMP)

This one-year-long program will help you build a solid foundation for a rewarding and sustainable legal career through a fully integrated curriculum that combines monthly educational programs with small-group coaching and one-on-one mentorship.

Family Law Basics for Paralegals and Legal Support Staff

This course covers everything legal support staff and junior paralegals need to know to begin a successful career in a family law office. You will learn about preparing and managing documents, opening and organizing a file, working with difficult clients, and more!

Family Violence Screening Training for Litigators and DR Professionals

This highly interactive two-day workshop is the only comprehensive family violence training available in BC. Featuring real case studies, personal stories, role-playing, coaching, and review of current literature, research, and statistics, this is a must-attend event for family dispute resolution professionals looking to meet their training requirements under the FLA.

Robert’s Rules of Order – Demystified

We will discuss the application of parliamentary procedure and Robert's Rules of Order in meetings. You will gain an understanding of rules and the principles that they are intended to uphold.