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New CBA awards deadline

  • September 13, 2018

Since the CBA annual meeting now takes place in February instead of August, the deadline for nominations for a number of awards has been changed this year to October 15.

CBA Truth and Reconciliation Task Force named

  • August 22, 2018

Nearly 100 members answered the call this summer for candidates to sit on the Truth and Reconciliation Task Force created to develop CBA responses to the TRC’s Calls to Action that will help establish and maintain a mutually respectful relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in Canada.

Five Canadian lawyers. Five great reasons to renew.

  • August 09, 2018

They say membership has its benefits, and that’s certainly the case when it comes to joining or renewing your membership in the Canadian Bar Association (CBA). More than 36,000 lawyers throughout Canada know firsthand the value of being a CBA member. From career development and networking opportunities to influencing legal policies and the Canadian judicial system, being a member of the CBA means being actively involved in your profession.

CBA Find-A-Lawyer

  • July 10, 2018

Playing hide-and-go-seek is no way to drum up business. CBA has a new way to help people find you more easily: a Find-a-Lawyer database on the cba.org website. Find out more.

Spotlight on Find-A-Lawyer

  • June 13, 2018

Playing hide-and-go-seek is no way to drum up business. CBA has a new way to help people find you more easily: a Find-a-Lawyer database on the cba.org website. Find out more.

CBA Statement on Bill C-78

  • May 22, 2018

The Canadian Bar Association welcomes Tuesday’s tabling of Bill C-78, which contains the first substantive changes to be made to Canada’s Divorce Act in 30 years.

CBA on Bill C‑66

  • May 03, 2018

The CBA Criminal Justice and Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Community Sections support the intention of Bill C-66, the Expungement of Historically Unjust Convictions Act, to create a procedure for expunging historically unjust convictions specifically related to consensual sexual activity between same-sex persons.