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.
CPD 318 - Saskatchewan's African Canadian Heritage
Qualifies for 1.0 CPD Hour, all of which qualifies for Ethics.
In this webinar, Carol LaFayette-Boyd, Executive Director of the Saskatchewan African Canadian Heritage Museum, shares the heritage, contributions and experiences of African Canadians in Saskatchewan. After Carol's presentation, Lisa...
CPD 315 - Cultural Humility & Empathy Training with Level Justice
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....
Qualifies for 1.0 CPD Hour, all of which qualifies for Ethics. Recorded 2021-10-06.
Protecting your mental health and the mental health of your colleagues, friends and family is important for every lawyer. Are you able to recognize the symptoms if you, your colleagues or family members are strug...