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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.

The Litigation Stream refines trial and tribunal lawyers’ core advocacy skills, including preparing clients for discovery and trial, primers on evidence and objections, and working with expert witnesses.

The Corporate Stream teaches business lawyers the skills they need to be a valued member of a deal team and promote client interests, including how to identify, evaluate and manage business risks, structure agreements, negotiate terms and draft documents.

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.

Member Resource - LinkedIn

We have recently created a group on the website LinkedIn. This professional networking site allows you to establish connections with other professionals and will provide the Section with the means to keep you up to date on Section activities.

If you’re already a LinkedIn member, we invite you to join the CBA LPM&T Section group. You can easily do so through the sign in page. If you are not already a member, it is easy to join! You can do so by creating a profile here.

Addendum, Solo and Small Firm Edition 




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This Section is concerned with the business of the practice of law. Areas of focus include:
  • organizational structure for law firms and law departments;
  • law firm governance;
  • recruitment and retention of legal talent;
  • talent management and professional development in law firms and law departments;
  • knowledge management in law firms and law departments;
  • marketing of legal services;
  • pricing of legal services;
  • e-lawyering;
  • multi-disciplinary and multi-jurisdictional practice of law;
  • relationships between law firms and their clients;
  • compensation systems for partners and associates in law firms, and for in-house counsel; and
  • ethics and professionalism in the delivery of legal services.


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