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National Sections: Children’s Law Committee

National Sections recently established a Children’s Law Committee to coordinate activities, provide advice, and respond to law, policy, and legal research developments on matters affecting Canadian children. More information is available on the new Children’s Law Committee webpage.

Join the Children’s Law Committee listserv!

Interested CBA members are strongly encouraged to join the Children’s Law Committee listserv. This is an ideal way to stay informed of Committee activities and get directly involved. The listserv also provides a forum to network and exchange ideas with leading practitioners who share your interests.
Membership is free to CBA members.

Join the listserv (CBA membership number required)


Succession Law Tables of Concordance

CBA’s Wills, Estates and Trusts Section has assembled Succession Law Tables of Concordance. The Tables provide a quick reference to basic information about estate and succession laws in Canadian jurisdictions and links for ready access to make enquiries of court and land titles officials.  They are a convenient starting point for lawyers considering estate files complicated by interprovincial issues or performing services in neighbouring jurisdictions. They are also a handy tool for those seeking to reform and harmonize succession law in the provinces and territories.

Please visit: http://www.cba.org/CBA/sections_wills/main/Tables_2013.aspx


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News from the Legal Profession Assistance Conference of the CBA

 


CBA PracticeLink and National Magazine Solo and Small Firm Edition – November 2013

View recent issues of the Solo and Small Firm Bulletin - from CBA PracticeLink and National Magazine.


Professional Development

CBA Skilled Lawyer Series
Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Practice

The CBA Skilled Lawyer Series offers online, skills based training to help you excel in the courtroom and the boardroom.

If you’re looking for a meaningful, accredited, affordable, and convenient way to deliver on your learning objectives, while building the real world skill set you need to exceed the expectations of your clients, the CBA Skilled Lawyer Series is for you.

For more information, to view all program details, and to register please visit www.cba.org/pd/sls.


Newsletter

The recent edition of General Knowledge (January 2014) is now available.

For past issues of General Knowledge, please visit the newsletter webpage.

We are currently looking for articles for our next newsletter. Please contact Jennifer McKenzie if you would like to contribute to the next edition.


Mandate

Mandate

The Small, Solo and General Practice Forum, addresses the needs of lawyers in general practice, ranging from sole and small firm practitioners in both rural and urban settings, to those practising law in medium and large firms.

More than 10 per cent of CBA members identify themselves as being in general practice. The Forum represents the common interests of general practitioners within the CBA.

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CBA Professional Development
Fulfill your PD requirements while sharpening essential skills. Visit the PD website.

CBA Mid-Winter Meeting of Council
Ottawa, ON
Feb. 21-23, 2014

NATIONAL Magazine
Nationalmagazine.ca complements the print edition, offering thought-provoking videos, blogs and newsworthy legal stories. It’s searchable, easy to browse and interactive.

CBA PracticeLink
Visit CBA PracticeLink for practice-related articles and tips.

Canadian Bar Review
Access the current issue of The Canadian Bar Review

National Sections and Conferences
Access the National Sections and Conferences home pages.

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