Qualifies for 1.25 CPD Hour, all of which qualifies for Ethics.
Hear from Indigenous judges on the impacts of racism, intergenerational trauma and Indian Residential Schools in the Courts, in the legal profession and beyond. What do Indigenous practitioners and judges face in their education, communities, and legal practice? How do Indigenous practitioners and judges meet and counteract the impacts of racism, intergenerational trauma and Indian Residential Schools? Who were their mentors and inspirations? What beliefs and practices strengthen and renew their spirit and resolve?
Mary Culbertson, Treaty Commissioner of Saskatchewan
The Honourable Judge Michelle R. Brass. Provincial Court of Saskatchewan, Estevan.
The Honourable Judge Mary McAuley. Provincial Court of Saskatchewan, Prince Albert.
The Honourable Judge Stephanie Whitecloud-Brass. Territorial Court of the Northwest Territories, Yellowknife.
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