CPD 366 - Indigenous Judges Speak: Experience in the Legal Profession & Beyond
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...
CPD 368 - When Estates Go to Court: Recent Saskatchewan Decisions
Qualifies for 1.0 CPD Hour
Several recent Saskatchewan decisions provide guidance on various estate law topics. These include issues related to estate administration, as well as more contentious issues such as will challenges. This webinar summarizes some of the recent Saskat...
Qualifies for 1.25 CPD hours, of which .75 qualify for Ethics.
Do you find it difficult to state your boundaries clearly and turn down another person’s requests for your time or attention? Are you a people-pleaser who sacrifices your needs for the needs of others? Have ...
CPD 354 - LRC Consultation on Reform of Occupiers' Liability Law in SK
Qualifies for 1.5 CPD hours.
Director, Leah Howie, and staff of the Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan, will provide an overview of the Law Reform Commission’s project, Reform of Occupiers’ Liability Law in Saskatchewan. The Commission is currently consulting on this proj...
CPD 352 - Getting Digital and Social Media Evidence Admitted
Qualifies for 1.0 CPD Hour
The digital world we live in has unquestionably impacted the law of evidence. Loree and Brian will discuss the technical requirements of admitting and authenticating text messages, videos and other electronic evidence for admission in criminal tria...
CPD 353 - Lunch & Learn for Limited Scope Legal Service Providers
Qualifies for 1.0 CPD Hours, all of which qualify for Ethics
This virtual lunch and learn gives Limited Scope Legal Practitioners the opportunity to hear from panelists: Tiffany Paulsen, K.C., Craig Zawada, K.C., and Jody Martin of the Law Society who will discuss questions ...
CPD 343 - Making Parenting Plans: Helping Lawyers to Facilitate Resolution
Qualifies for 1.0 CPD hour.
The Divorce Act amendments (Bill C-78) and Saskatchewan Children’s Law Act 2020, reforms that came into effect in March 2021, include provisions to encourage parents to make parenting plans (or agreements) that govern parenting time, parental deci...
CPD 338 - Ethical Considerations for Crown and Defense in SA Cases
Qualifies for 1.0 CPD Hours, all of which qualify for Ethics.
In this round table moderated by Jackie Lane of Regina Prosecutions, senior practitioners with a wealth of experience in sexual assault cases discuss the ethical considerations for prosecution and de...
CPD 327 - The Seizure of Criminal Property Amendment Act, 2021
Qualifies for 1.0 CPD Hour.
In this webinar, Judge Brad Mitchell (Saskatoon), discusses the existing Seizure of Criminal Property Act – its purpose, powers and procedure, and reviews the proposed amendments, their implications, and the status of the Bill.