CLEBC’s Online Course Materials service is only a click away. Access our vault of over 4,400 papers produced for CLEBC courses held since 2001.
Written by leading BC lawyers and judges, the papers in Online Course Materials contain discussions of substantive law, extensive commentary, practice tips, and unreported trial and appellate decisions for your practice area.
We’ve designed Online Course Materials so that you can browse for what you need by practice area and search for what you want by course name, paper title, author, or keyword. Our papers are in PDF format and easily downloadable onto your desktop.
Save hours of drafting time with CLEBC Precedent Collection offering hundreds of regularly updated online forms and precedents in a broad range of practice areas. Quickly find the template you need by keyword searching the collection or by browsing by practice area.
With each form or precedent, you can:
Review a short description on when and how to use the template
Download it to your desktop in Word or PDF format
Subscribe to an RSS feed to follow updates on the form or precedent you choose
Get online access to our repository of recorded presentations from CLEBC courses with the Webinar Archive.
So you can quickly find what you need, we’ve recorded our in-person courses, divided them by individual presentations (“modules”), and sorted the modules by practice area. Each module contains the presenter’s video or audio accompanied by any PowerPoint slides used, and also provides access to electronic course materials and handouts from the presentation in the module interface. View a full list of courses in the Webinar Archive.
Improve your oral advocacy skills with this on-demand resource. The Advocacy Toolkit consists of short videos demonstrating oral advocacy, annotated with spoken and text commentary throughout. Additional materials provide practice tips and explanations. The videos demonstrate both effective and ineffective advocacy. The skills demonstrated include:
Theory of the case
Examination for discovery
Impeaching the witness through prior inconsistent statement