CPD 322 - Shedding the Doctrine of Discovery
Truth & Reconciliation • 1h 24m
Qualifies for 1.5 CPD Hours, all of which qualifies for Ethics
Felix Hoehn, Associate Professor at the College of Law, University of Saskatchewan, reviews the doctrine of discovery and explores an equality-based framework for Aboriginal title in this discussion of recent case law and his reimagined Tŝilhqot’in Nation v British Columbia decision, published in Kent McNeil & Naiomi Metallic, eds, Judicial Tales Retold: Reimagining Indigenous Rights Jurisprudence, (2020) Canadian Native Law Reporter, Special Edition (Saskatoon: Indigenous Law Centre) 191.
Up Next in Truth & Reconciliation
CPD 315 - Cultural Humility & Empathy...
Recorded 2021 Nov 30
Qualifies for 2.0 CPD Hours, all of which qualifies for Ethics
The Law Society partnered with Level Justice to provide this webinar. This training equips legal professionals with insights and challenges for shifting from a passive form of reconciliation to a more active one....
CPD 303 - An Introduction to Trauma-I...
Qualifies for 2.0 CPD hours, all of which qualifies for Ethics.
Recorded Jun 22, 2021
Participants will receive an introduction to identifying trauma in clients and witnesses, strategy cons...
[E1] Working with Survivors of Sexual...
Qualifies for 1.0 CPD Hour, all of which qualify for Ethics.
Sexual violence can be a traumatic experience for ma...