Check out today’s blog for information on May 2016 upcoming legal events that you won’t want to miss, as LESA’s programming starts to wind down for the 2015/2016 educational year.
Register online to attend in Lethbridge (May 6)
- Get tips for answering commonly asked questions in 6 areas of law. Discuss practical issues from how to successfully navigate difficult litigation issues to addressing agricultural real estate concerns.
- Read the blog to find out what seminar chair Deirdre M.I. McKenna had to say about the value of this program.
- With divorce and re-marriage rates on the rise, wills and estates practitioners are increasingly facing more challenging cases. Don’t miss the chance to gain practical tools and advice for representing blended families.
- Read the blog with seminar chair Karen A. Platten QC for a sneak preview of the discussion topics and main program takeaways.
- Learn how to face complex trials using expert evidence. Participate in a demonstration voir dire, and discover important insights from the perspectives of the Crown, the Defence, and the Bench to help refine your practice.
- Read the blog with seminar chair Karen E. Hewitt QC for an overview of some of the key program goals and learning outcomes.
- Delve into the constantly progressing world of access and privacy, and explore a road map for addressing these issues. Discuss key issues and trends, investigative reports, and more.
- Read the blog with seminar chair Ritu Khullar QC and Privacy Commissioner of Alberta, Jill Clayton for a sneak peek of some of the key questions to be addressed.
Register online to attend in Calgary (May 16–20) – ONLY TWO SPOTS LEFT
- Gain over 40 hours of intensive hands-on training in this course that is recognized by the collaborative law associations in Alberta.
There are only a few programs left in this 2015/2016 educational year, and the last early bird deadline is coming up soon on May 3!
Register online to attend in Edmonton (June 9) – Early Bird ENDS May 3
- Discover how constitutional and insolvency law intersect to shape division of powers jurisprudence, discharge in personal bankruptcy, regulators’ enforcement of powers, receivership, and priority ranking of creditors.
The registration deadline for the 2016/2017 CPLED year is May 31, 2016. Students who do not apply by this date are subject to a non-refundable late filing fee. Read the blog for more information and to register online.
If you have any questions, contact LESA’s Student Coordinator, Ashley Iachetta.
Players de Novo – A Midsummer Night’s Dream
On May 6, the 11th annual legal community play is taking on a Shakespearian tone, and the night promises to be as entertaining as ever. Read the blog for more information.
Although most Law Day activities wrapped up in April, you can still be part of the fun in Fort McMurray on May 28. If you want more info on the kinds of events that happened throughout the province, read the blog to learn more.
Assist Speaker Series – Amanda Lindhout
This May 30 (Calgary) and June 1 (Edmonton) marks the 2nd speaker series event hosted by CPA Assist and the Alberta Lawyers’ Assistance Society – where Amanda Lindhout speaks about her experience as a hostage in Somalia, forgiveness, resilience, social responsibility, and more. Read the blog for registration information and event details.
If you want LESA’s help to raise awareness about an upcoming event relevant to the Alberta legal community, contact Andrea Maltais, Communications Coordinator.
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