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Federal Budget 2021: pandemic supports and other benefits for law firms

  • April 26, 2021

The federal government’s first budget in two years proposes to continue emergency federal funding for businesses into the fall, at which time it is expected that the vaccine rollout will be nearly complete and the Canadian economy will be back in business. Law firms and other legal workplaces that meet the criteria may be eligible.

Professional Development

  • November 03, 2020

See what’s coming from CBA Professional Development. And remember – member pricing has been reduced to $55 and $75 for most upcoming webinars. Plus, Student and Young Lawyer Members benefit from even bigger discounts!

2020 Law for the Future Fund grants

  • November 03, 2020

COVID-19, along with gender and race issues dominate the initiatives being funded through the Law for the Future Fund’s 2020 grants.

After the pandemic: Modernizing our privacy laws

  • November 03, 2020

Tune in to our next After the Pandemic series, where we discuss emerging issues in law in a world transformed. In less than a year, Covid-19 has stirred conversations about the need to update our laws to the realities of the 21st century.  Over the next few months, we will be looking at different areas of law and asking our guests what changes they would like to see in their area of practice to make the law fit for purpose.

Conflicts of Interest Toolkit updated

  • November 03, 2020

All lawyers should be alert to the potential for conflicts of interest when taking on a new client or a new matter for an existing client as a matter of due diligence. Some conflicts are easier to spot than others, however, and identifying them takes a strategic approach.

New CBA resource for access to justice

  • November 03, 2020

It’s long been acknowledged that Canada is at a crisis point when it comes to access to justice. And while no lawyer would argue for a less accessible justice system, it’s hard to know where to begin to argue for change.