CLEBC’s Human Rights Law Conference will be held in Vancouver on November 14 - 15, 2019. This annual two-day conference brings together leading human rights law practitioners to address current and emerging issues in human rights law with a focus on BC.
CLEBC is honoured to have the Right Honourable Richard Wagner, PC, Chief Justice of Canada deliver the opening address at our Administrative Law Conference 2018. Read our Q+A with Chief Justice Wagner for his thoughts on developments in administrative law, his advice for lawyers advocating before the Supreme Court of Canada, and more!
The support of our remarkable CLEBC contributors results in award-winning resources for the BC legal profession. CLEBC is proud to announce that we are recipients of two International Association for Continuing Legal Education (“ACLEA”) awards.
This year, we would like to highlight a special group of CLEBC contributors – our rising stars. Read more about lawyers called to the BC bar within the last 7 years who have committed an incredible amount of time and energy to CLEBC’s courses and publications.
Dedication to the profession of law need not come at the expense of your physical and mental health. Here are 3 tips for wellness at your desk.
CLEBC is proud to have hosted the Truth and Reconciliation Symposium in collaboration with the Law Society of BC, the theme of which was “Transforming the Law from a Tool of Assimilation into a Tool of Reconciliation.”
“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.
Learn more about our new title Plus TC&D: The Assessment of Costs and Disbursements in Motor Vehicle Injury Litigation from authors Christopher J. Hope and Kathryn Sainty, QC.
CLEBC was lucky enough to have the opportunity to interview retired Supreme Court of Canada Justice The Honourable Thomas A. Cromwell about current trends in administrative law, his advice for lawyers advocating before the Supreme Court of Canada, and his plans after retirement.
In response to demand from the legal community, CLEBC is proud to announce that our new BC Societies Guide has been released and is now available for purchase! If you are a lawyer who practises charities and not-for-profit law or sits on the board of a society, this publication was created for you.