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Letters and Submissions

  • October 20, 2015

ubmissions and letters to government since August have run the gamut from comments on proposed intellectual property guidelines to remediation of hazards related to shipwrecks, to an offer to provide emergency pro bono services if the government agrees to expedite the processing of Syrian refugee claims.

Spotlight on Sections and Forums

  • October 20, 2015

Every fall a new executive lineup takes the helm at most of the CBA’s 31 sections and 10 forums. Here’s a little primer on what sections and forums are, what they do, and why you should get involved.

Pardon the intervention

  • October 15, 2015

The Intervention Policy Review Committee tabled its report in June and the CBA Board has approved an interim policy based on its recommendations which will serve until Council gets a chance to officially adopt it in February.

IP Day 2016: May 12 in Ottawa

  • September 15, 2015

Summer’s not even over, but already the Intellectual Property Section is looking ahead to the 8th annual IP Day, next May in Ottawa.

Ethics guidelines updated

  • September 15, 2015

The CBA Ethics and Professional Responsibility Committee has released updates to its guidelines for meeting ethical obligations while using technology. Legal Ethics in a Digital World provides a guide for managing the risks inherent in using technology in your practice.

Sexual Harassment Awareness Campaign Q&A

  • September 15, 2015

The Write Your Wrong campaign, launched by the National Women Lawyers’ Forum, SOGIC and the Equality Committee, has received a number of stories from lawyers who’ve experienced sexual harassment in the workplace. It has also received a number of questions from members about the need for such a campaign.