Advising/Managing your Clients

Techniques for advising and managing your clients comes in a number of different shapes and sizes, each demanding its own form and function. These webinars are designed to provide you with a wealth of information for a variety of different situations, each providing you with a specific knowledge base depending on your professional needs and most importantly, your client!


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Description
You asked for it and we've delivered. Many family lawyers and others end up puzzled when confronted with the unique twists of adoption law. Join Delia Rowsbotham, lawyer and Executive Director of Sunrise Family Services Society and Jasmeet K. Wahid, Partner of Kahn Zack Ehrlich Lithwick LLP who specializes in adoption practice, as they bring us through the twists and turns of adoption law. We will look at domestic, international, stepparent and Ministry adoptions.

Speakers
Jasmeet K. Wahid, Partner, Kahn Zack Ehrlich Lithwick LLP
Delia Ramsbotham, Lawyer and Executive Director of Sunrise Family Services Society

Moderator
Meghan A. Maddigan, The Law Society of BC

This is the archived version of a program presented on June 21, 2017.

LSBC Course Code CPD Course Hours Ethics Component*
CBABC PDWR (+Current Year) 2 0


Accreditation Details
ALL CBABC Professional Development webinar repeats have accredited by the Law Society of BC under one (1) common Course No. 

Course Name: CBABC Professional Development Webinar Repeats (Current Year)
Course No.: CBABC PDWR (Current Year)
Start Date: Jan-01-(Current Year)
End Date: Dec-31-(Current Year)

To search for this LSBC accredited listing in the LSBC website to claim your credits, search for the “Course Name” provided above and include the current year in the title.

This listing has been accredited a total of 50 CPD hours. Only claim the sum total of the actual number of hours of learning you have attained from each viewing. 

Please see referenced CPD hours list attached.


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Are your clients or their family members living with disabilities? Are they having challenges managing their income and assets now and into the future? This webinar will provide you with practical information on how to advise these clients regarding effective income and asset management under the BC Employment and Assistance Program (BCEA). The BCEA is a way for your clients to hold assets in a trust and continue to receive disability assistance without those assets affecting your client’s eligibility for assistance. Learn what documentation your clients need in order to have their application approved by the Ministry of Social Development and Social Innovation’s Legislation, Litigation and Appeals Branch. Find out how the BCEA works if your client is incapable and your client’s assets are managed by a committee, whether the committee is managed by an individual, trust company or the Public Guardian and Trustee. Discover how to have success on reconsiderations and appeals. Be able to advise families to how to assist family members with disabilities without impacting eligibility for assistance. Learn about drafting trusts in order to be eligible for the BCEA.

Speakers
Ivan C. Elieff, Legal Services Branch-Health and Social Services
Hugh S. McLellan, McLellan Herbert
Michael Turanski, SDSI-CFD Legislation, Litigation and Appeals Branch

Moderator
Stuart Rennie, Legislation and Law Reform Officer, CBABC

This is the archived version of a program presented on August 7, 2014.

LSBC Course Code CPD Course Hours Ethics Component*
CBABC PDWR (+Current Year) 2 0
 

Accreditation Details
ALL CBABC Professional Development webinar repeats have accredited by the Law Society of BC under one (1) common Course No. 

Course Name: CBABC Professional Development Webinar Repeats (Current Year)
Course No.: CBABC PDWR (Current Year)
Start Date: Jan-01-(Current Year)
End Date: Dec-31-(Current Year)

To search for this LSBC accredited listing in the LSBC website to claim your credits, search for the “Course Name” provided above and include the current year in the title.

This listing has been accredited a total of 50 CPD hours. Only claim the sum total of the actual number of hours of learning you have attained from each viewing. 

Please see referenced CPD hours list attached.


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Civil and defense counsels find proceedings under the BC Civil Forfeiture Act (CFA) puzzling. This course will provide an analysis of the civil forfeiture file, from initial client meeting to file closing. The presenters are both experienced and leading counsel in civil forfeiture, from each side of the file, one provides the Crown perspective and the other the defense counsel perspective.

Topics include:
• operation of the CFA
• role of the Director of Civil Forfeiture
• first meeting with client
• seeking client instructions regarding the Interim Preservation Order and Restraint Order
• canvassing potential Charter and substantial defences
• assessing merits of the file
• typical document disclosure sought by Crown

In this webinar, learn what you need to know to keep your client and to protect your practice in the event of a civil forfeiture matter facing your clients. Lawyers who would benefit from taking this webinar include: criminal defence lawyers, civil law litigators, family lawyers, personal injury lawyers, wills and estate lawyers, corporate and commercial lawyers and real property lawyers.

Speakers
Jay I. Solomon, Jay I Solomon Law Corp
J. Douglas Eastwood, QC, Ministry of Justice-Legal Services Branch-Civil Litigation

Moderator
Stuart Rennie, Legislation and Law Reform Officer, CBABC

This is the archived version of a program presented on May 8, 2014.

LSBC Course Code CPD Course Hours Ethics Component*
CBABC PDWR (+Current Year) 2 2


Accreditation Details
ALL CBABC Professional Development webinar repeats have accredited by the Law Society of BC under one (1) common Course No. 

Course Name: CBABC Professional Development Webinar Repeats (Current Year)
Course No.: CBABC PDWR (Current Year)
Start Date: Jan-01-(Current Year)
End Date: Dec-31-(Current Year)

To search for this LSBC accredited listing in the LSBC website to claim your credits, search for the “Course Name” provided above and include the current year in the title.

This listing has been accredited a total of 50 CPD hours. Only claim the sum total of the actual number of hours of learning you have attained from each viewing. 

Please see referenced CPD hours list attached.


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It's been a busy six months for estate lawyers. The legal landscape has been impacted by the recent decisions in Bentley v Maplewood, 2015 BCCA 91 and Carter v Canada (Attorney General), 2015 SCC 5. Lawyers and their clients alike are looking to understand the key implications. Join a dynamic panel of experts as they explain what has changed, the practical implications for drafting and what you can do to best help clients plan for their futures.

Speakers
Emily L Clough, Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP
Penny A. Washington, Bull, Housser & Tupper LLP
Geoffrey White, Geoffrey W White Law Corporation

Moderator
Meghan Maddigan, Law Society of BC

This is the archived version of a program presented on July 16, 2015.

LSBC Course Code CPD Course Hours Ethics Component*
CBABC PDWR (+Current Year) 2 2


Accreditation Details
ALL CBABC Professional Development webinar repeats have accredited by the Law Society of BC under one (1) common Course No. 

Course Name: CBABC Professional Development Webinar Repeats (Current Year)
Course No.: CBABC PDWR (Current Year)
Start Date: Jan-01-(Current Year)
End Date: Dec-31-(Current Year)

To search for this LSBC accredited listing in the LSBC website to claim your credits, search for the “Course Name” provided above and include the current year in the title.

This listing has been accredited a total of 50 CPD hours. Only claim the sum total of the actual number of hours of learning you have attained from each viewing. 

Please see referenced CPD hours list attached.


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Government and corporations are increasingly outsourcing legal services to external counsel. Thinking about becoming external counsel but don't know how? Are you already external counsel and wondering how to better the client relationship? You have a rare opportunity to learn from the best. Learn the ins and outs of legal services procurement from BC’s Deputy Attorney General. Learn how not fall short of the mark but exceed client expectations from the Chair of the BC Chapter of the Canadian Corporate Counsel Association. Find out the best ways to establish the client relationship as external counsel. Understand what government and corporate counsel are looking for in external counsel and how to manage a successful client relationship.

Speakers
Richard Fyfe, QC, Deputy Attorney General, BC Ministry of Justice and Attorney General
Wendy A. King, General Counsel, Central 1 Credit Union

Moderator
Stuart Rennie, Legislation and Law Reform Officer, CBABC

This is the archived version of a program presented on February 14, 2013.

LSBC Course Code CPD Course Hours Ethics Component*
CBABC PDWR (+Current Year) 2 2


Accreditation Details
ALL CBABC Professional Development webinar repeats have accredited by the Law Society of BC under one (1) common Course No. 

Course Name: CBABC Professional Development Webinar Repeats (Current Year)
Course No.: CBABC PDWR (Current Year)
Start Date: Jan-01-(Current Year)
End Date: Dec-31-(Current Year)

To search for this LSBC accredited listing in the LSBC website to claim your credits, search for the “Course Name” provided above and include the current year in the title.

This listing has been accredited a total of 50 CPD hours. Only claim the sum total of the actual number of hours of learning you have attained from each viewing. 

Please see referenced CPD hours list attached.


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In 2017, the British Columbia Law Institute (BCLI) published its ground-breaking, Study Paper On Financing Litigation. BCLI’S Study Paper explored 6 options for paying for legal services and funding litigation:

(1) unbundled legal services
(2) third-party litigation funding
(3) alternative fee arrangements
(4) crowdfunding
(5) legal expense insurance
(6) publicly funded litigation funds.

In this webinar, you will learn what these financing options are and how you can employ these options creatively and work with your clients to pay for their litigation. Take this webinar and be as creative as your client needs you to be. Rethink the future!

Speakers
Kathleen Cunningham, British Columbia Law Institute
Doug Munro, Law Society of British Columbia
Thomas L. Spraggs, Spraggs & Company
H. William Veenstra, CBABC President 2017-2018, Jenkins Marzban Logan LLP

Moderator
Stuart Rennie, Legislation and Law Reform Officer, CBABC

This is the archived version of a program presented on June 6, 2018.

LSBC Course Code CPD Course Hours Ethics Component*
CBABC PDWR (+Current Year) 2 2

 


Accreditation Details
ALL CBABC Professional Development webinar repeats have accredited by the Law Society of BC under one (1) common Course No. 

Course Name: CBABC Professional Development Webinar Repeats (Current Year)
Course No.: CBABC PDWR (Current Year)
Start Date: Jan-01-(Current Year)
End Date: Dec-31-(Current Year)

To search for this LSBC accredited listing in the LSBC website to claim your credits, search for the “Course Name” provided above and include the current year in the title.

This listing has been accredited a total of 50 CPD hours. Only claim the sum total of the actual number of hours of learning you have attained from each viewing. 

Please see referenced CPD hours list attached.


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The Seniors Advocate was first appointed in 2014. Learn about the role of the Seniors Advocate and how her work may benefit your practice. She has recently released a report that sheds new light on the needs of seniors in the Province, including the prevalence of elder abuse. Understand from a senior elder law practitioner, how you can provide advocacy and support to protect your clients who are seniors. Topics include: ageism, fear amongst seniors with autonomy concerns, privacy and sharing personal health information with medical practitioners and sexual orientation or gender identity of seniors respected when seniors access services and live in residential care facilities.

Speakers
Isobel Mackenzie, Seniors Advocate for British Columbia
Martha Jane Lewis, LLB, LLM, Executive Director, BC Centre for Elder Advocacy and Support

Moderator
Stuart Rennie, Legislation and Law Reform Officer, CBABC

This is the archived version of a program presented on March 3, 2015.

LSBC Course Code CPD Course Hours Ethics Component*
CBABC PDWR (+Current Year) 2 1


Accreditation Details
ALL CBABC Professional Development webinar repeats have accredited by the Law Society of BC under one (1) common Course No. 

Course Name: CBABC Professional Development Webinar Repeats (Current Year)
Course No.: CBABC PDWR (Current Year)
Start Date: Jan-01-(Current Year)
End Date: Dec-31-(Current Year)

To search for this LSBC accredited listing in the LSBC website to claim your credits, search for the “Course Name” provided above and include the current year in the title.

This listing has been accredited a total of 50 CPD hours. Only claim the sum total of the actual number of hours of learning you have attained from each viewing. 

Please see referenced CPD hours list attached.


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Clients need their lawyers to protect their confidential information in today’s rat race. Non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) are flexible tools for that purpose.

• What are the components of NDAs?
• When is it best to use NDAs?
• How to structure enforceable NDAs?
• What are the leading cases governing NDAs?

These questions and more will be answered in this webinar. A unique feature of this webinar is that NDAs will be examined from 3 different important perspectives: employment law, securities law and corporate/commercial law. Taking this webinar will help you to protect your client’s "hush hush" and from other things that go bump in the night.

Speakers
Dean A. Crawford, CBABC President & Coutts Pulver LLP
Steve Saville, Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP
Dierk Ullrich, Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP

Moderator
Stuart Rennie, Legislation and Law Reform Officer, CBABC

This is the archived version of a program presented on April 30, 2014.

LSBC Course Code CPD Course Hours Ethics Component*
CBABC PDWR (+Current Year) 2 2

 

Accreditation Details
ALL CBABC Professional Development webinar repeats have accredited by the Law Society of BC under one (1) common Course No. 

Course Name: CBABC Professional Development Webinar Repeats (Current Year)
Course No.: CBABC PDWR (Current Year)
Start Date: Jan-01-(Current Year)
End Date: Dec-31-(Current Year)

To search for this LSBC accredited listing in the LSBC website to claim your credits, search for the “Course Name” provided above and include the current year in the title.

This listing has been accredited a total of 50 CPD hours. Only claim the sum total of the actual number of hours of learning you have attained from each viewing. 

Please see referenced CPD hours list attached.


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Description
Participants in this course will:
• Gain an understanding of the common client communication strategies and pitfalls in legal practice; and
• Learn how to formulate effective communication strategies for managing clients.

Suitable for junior lawyers who wish to increase their client management skills.

Speakers
Diane Bell, Clark Wilson LLP
Arthur M. Grant, Grant, Kovacs, Norell

Moderator
Michael Litchfield, ThinkLab Consulting

This is the archived version of a program presented on January 10, 2013.

LSBC Course Code CPD Course Hours Ethics Component*
CBABC PDWR (+Current Year) 2 2


Accreditation Details
ALL CBABC Professional Development webinar repeats have accredited by the Law Society of BC under one (1) common Course No. 

Course Name: CBABC Professional Development Webinar Repeats (Current Year)
Course No.: CBABC PDWR (Current Year)
Start Date: Jan-01-(Current Year)
End Date: Dec-31-(Current Year)

To search for this LSBC accredited listing in the LSBC website to claim your credits, search for the “Course Name” provided above and include the current year in the title.

This listing has been accredited a total of 50 CPD hours. Only claim the sum total of the actual number of hours of learning you have attained from each viewing. 

Please see referenced CPD hours list attached.


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One in five Canadians will experience a mental illness in their lifetime. Consequently, lawyers in all practices are increasingly being called on to solve problems of mental capacity regarding their clients. These problems can be pressing. How to determine a client’s capacity to instruct counsel, for example in drafting a will? or a trial? How to advise clients or their families after a client’s involuntary admission to a mental health facility? This course will provide lawyers with sensible answers to issues of mental capacity, from both a solicitor’s and litigator’s perspective. The course also provides a rare insight into the practice and procedure of BC’s Mental Health Review Board. The Mental Health Review Board is an independent tribunal that conducts review panel hearings for patients involuntarily admitted to a mental health facility under the Mental Health Act.

Speakers
Andrew S. MacKay, Alexander Holburn Beaudin & Lang LLP
Margaret Ostrowski, QC, Chair, Mental Health Review Board
Jane Purdie, QC, Hambrook & Company

Moderator
Stuart Rennie, Legislation and Law Reform Officer, CBABC

This is the archived version of a program presented on October 24, 2012.

LSBC Course Code CPD Course Hours Ethics Component*
CBABC PDWR (+Current Year) 2 2


Accreditation Details
ALL CBABC Professional Development webinar repeats have accredited by the Law Society of BC under one (1) common Course No. 

Course Name: CBABC Professional Development Webinar Repeats (Current Year)
Course No.: CBABC PDWR (Current Year)
Start Date: Jan-01-(Current Year)
End Date: Dec-31-(Current Year)

To search for this LSBC accredited listing in the LSBC website to claim your credits, search for the “Course Name” provided above and include the current year in the title.

This listing has been accredited a total of 50 CPD hours. Only claim the sum total of the actual number of hours of learning you have attained from each viewing. 

Please see referenced CPD hours list attached.


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If you have had the honour of serving a client with a disability you know the rewards are many. Among them is the opportunity to think creatively. Whether you are planning a trust, consider someone's equality rights or balancing multi-faceted issues, there are a wealth of substantive considerations. Then there are the practice related ones: how as a lawyer to adapt your practice to people with differing needs and meet your professional obligations.

In this session, we will focus on these two distinctive elements: first: what substantive issues arise for people with disabilities and second, how can you ensure that your practice is evolved to meet a variety of needs.

Speakers
Ken Kramer, QC, KMK Law Corporation
Laura Johnston, Community Legal Assistance Society
Jane Dyson, Executive Director, Disability Alliance BC
Sam Turcott, Director, Advocacy Access Program, Disability Alliance BC

Moderator
Meghan A. Maddigan, The Law Society of BC

This is the archived version of a program presented on February 6, 2018.

LSBC Course Code CPD Course Hours Ethics Component*
CBABC PDWR (+Current Year) 2 0


Accreditation Details
ALL CBABC Professional Development webinar repeats have accredited by the Law Society of BC under one (1) common Course No. 

Course Name: CBABC Professional Development Webinar Repeats (Current Year)
Course No.: CBABC PDWR (Current Year)
Start Date: Jan-01-(Current Year)
End Date: Dec-31-(Current Year)

To search for this LSBC accredited listing in the LSBC website to claim your credits, search for the “Course Name” provided above and include the current year in the title.

This listing has been accredited a total of 50 CPD hours. Only claim the sum total of the actual number of hours of learning you have attained from each viewing. 

Please see referenced CPD hours list attached.


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The Residents' Bill of Rights has been in place in BC since 2009 to promote the rights of adults who live in residential care facilities. Most of these residents are seniors. Seniors are an exploding demographic that cannot be ignored. Lawyers need to provide advice for these residents and their families. In this webinar, you will learn about the Bill of Rights and its impact. Find out how to resolve disputes and how you can use the Bill of Rights to better represent your clients. Real-life scenarios will be used so you can understand and apply the Bill of Rights in your practice.

Speakers
Al Jina, Lawyer, President and CEO of Park Place Seniors Living
Ken M. Kramer, Lawyer, KMK Law Corporation
Charmaine Spencer, Lawyer and Researcher, Gerontology Research Centre - Simon Fraser University

Moderator
Stuart Rennie, Legislation and Law Reform Officer, CBABC

This is the archived version of a program presented on November 4, 2014.

LSBC Course Code CPD Course Hours Ethics Component*
CBABC PDWR (+Current Year) 2 0.5

 

Accreditation Details
ALL CBABC Professional Development webinar repeats have accredited by the Law Society of BC under one (1) common Course No. 

Course Name: CBABC Professional Development Webinar Repeats (Current Year)
Course No.: CBABC PDWR (Current Year)
Start Date: Jan-01-(Current Year)
End Date: Dec-31-(Current Year)

To search for this LSBC accredited listing in the LSBC website to claim your credits, search for the “Course Name” provided above and include the current year in the title.

This listing has been accredited a total of 50 CPD hours. Only claim the sum total of the actual number of hours of learning you have attained from each viewing. 

Please see referenced CPD hours list attached.

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For years, the Criminal Code has prohibited drivers from driving while impaired by drugs or alcohol. In 2010, BC created a program under the Motor Vehicle Act to permit police to impose an Immediate Roadside Prohibition (IRP) on drivers who either refused to provide a breath sample or, having provided a sample, registered a "fail" on an approved screening device. Drivers challenged the IRP drinking and driving law. In 2014, the BC Court of Appeal held, in Sivia v. British Columbia (Superintendent of Motor Vehicles), that the IRP program was valid in part.

In this webinar, we will examine the issue of roadside drug and alcohol testing from both the defense counsel and Crown perspective. The practical implications of Sivia and other leading decisions will be discussed. A practical review of the Criminal Code roadside drug and alcohol testing provisions, the BC IRP program, including the appeal process, will be scrutinized. Discrepancies in testing will be explored.

This webinar will teach you what you need to know in the event your clients are charged with impaired driving by drug or alcohol or given an IRP.

Lawyers who need this course are: defense and Crown counsel, family and business lawyers, labour lawyers and any lawyers whose clients are required to drive a motor vehicle for business, personal or pleasure purposes. Take this webinar to stay up-to-date and to protect your clients when they walk the fine thin line.

Speakers
Paul Doroshenko, Acumen Legal Corporation
Jay Fogel, Crown Counsel, BC Ministry of Justice

Moderator
Stuart Rennie, Legislation and Law Reform Officer, CBABC

This is the archived version of a program presented on May 29, 2014.

LSBC Course Code CPD Course Hours Ethics Component*
CBABC PDWR (+Current Year) 2 2


Accreditation Details
ALL CBABC Professional Development webinar repeats have accredited by the Law Society of BC under one (1) common Course No. 

Course Name: CBABC Professional Development Webinar Repeats (Current Year)
Course No.: CBABC PDWR (Current Year)
Start Date: Jan-01-(Current Year)
End Date: Dec-31-(Current Year)

To search for this LSBC accredited listing in the LSBC website to claim your credits, search for the “Course Name” provided above and include the current year in the title.

This listing has been accredited a total of 50 CPD hours. Only claim the sum total of the actual number of hours of learning you have attained from each viewing. 

Please see referenced CPD hours list attached.


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Become an informed advocate on animal law affecting pet housing and veterinary negligence. Learn about the issues so you can effectively advocate for your client’s pet companions. Take this course so you can bite back!

Speakers
Rebeka Breder, Boughton Law Corporation
Amber Prince, LLM (Animal Law), Atira Women's Resource Society

Moderator
Stuart Rennie, Legislation and Law Reform Officer, CBABC

This is the archived version of a program presented on April 29, 2015.

LSBC Course Code CPD Course Hours Ethics Component*
CBABC PDWR (+Current Year) 2 0.5


Accreditation Details
ALL CBABC Professional Development webinar repeats have accredited by the Law Society of BC under one (1) common Course No. 

Course Name: CBABC Professional Development Webinar Repeats (Current Year)
Course No.: CBABC PDWR (Current Year)
Start Date: Jan-01-(Current Year)
End Date: Dec-31-(Current Year)

To search for this LSBC accredited listing in the LSBC website to claim your credits, search for the “Course Name” provided above and include the current year in the title.

This listing has been accredited a total of 50 CPD hours. Only claim the sum total of the actual number of hours of learning you have attained from each viewing. 

Please see referenced CPD hours list attached.


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Your client just called you. Your client's worker was just killed in the workplace. The RCMP are at your door. The client doesn't know what to do. Your client is looking to you. Do you know what to do?

This webinar will teach you about the significant changes WorkSafeBC and the RCMP have made to how they investigate workplace fatalities. These changes can place employers and employees in difficult legal situations that require sophisticated legal advice to solve.

This webinar will:
• Review WorkSafeBC’s duty to investigate, both for cause and for prosecution under the BC Workers Compensation Act;
• Review police investigations for criminal negligence causing death prosecutions under the Criminal Code of Canada;
• Consider when you need to retain the services of a criminal lawyer to manage the file with police and/or WorkSafeBC investigators;
• Discuss the ethical considerations flowing from legal advice not to co-operate with accident inspectors if they are engaged in arguably criminal investigations; and
• Show you how you can employ effective strategies for managing these investigations for your client.

This webinar is your insurance so you will be ready for that phone call.

Speakers
Eric V. Gottardi, Peck and Company
Tony C. Paisana, Peck and Company

Moderator
Stuart Rennie, Legislation and Law Reform Officer, CBABC

This is the archived version of a program presented on December 3, 2015.

LSBC Course Code CPD Course Hours Ethics Component*
CBABC PDWR (+Current Year) 2 0.5


Accreditation Details
ALL CBABC Professional Development webinar repeats have accredited by the Law Society of BC under one (1) common Course No. 

Course Name: CBABC Professional Development Webinar Repeats (Current Year)
Course No.: CBABC PDWR (Current Year)
Start Date: Jan-01-(Current Year)
End Date: Dec-31-(Current Year)

To search for this LSBC accredited listing in the LSBC website to claim your credits, search for the “Course Name” provided above and include the current year in the title.

This listing has been accredited a total of 50 CPD hours. Only claim the sum total of the actual number of hours of learning you have attained from each viewing. 

Please see referenced CPD hours list attached.


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**The quiz information is legal information only, not legal advice. If you intend to rely on this legal information, use the relevant official paper versions of the statutes and regulations. The quiz information is only current as of the date of the original webinar broadcast, or date as specified within each individual quiz.