The Federation of Law Societies of Canada is hosting their annual conference, National Criminal Law Program: Evidence, Ethics and the Administration of Justice, in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador (July 9 – July 13).
There’s still time to register for this year’s National Criminal Law Program: Evidence, Ethics and the Administration of Justice. The National Criminal Law Program is Canada’s largest criminal law conference. Presented annually by the Federation of Law Societies of Canada since 1974, the Program attracts over 700 practitioners, judges, and others in criminal and criminal/regulatory law. The faculty is comprised of Canada’s finest defence lawyers, Crown prosecutors, and the judiciary, giving attendees a unique opportunity to benefit from the skills and knowledge of this premiere teaching team. Two volumes of written material, created specifically for the Program, provide delegates with the most comprehensive, up-to-date criminal law resource materials available today.
For its 45th Anniversary, the Program is returning to spectacular St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, and its stunning, new, state of the art Convention Centre. There is a wide of array of social events guarantee an exceptional learning and networking experience, including:
• Sunday First Time Attendee Meet and Greet;
• Monday Opening Reception;
• Tuesday and Thursday Mentoring Breakfasts;
• Wednesday History, Marine and Hiking Tours; and
• Thursday Closing Events.
Registration closes June 29! Register online at https://flsc.ca/national-criminal-law-program/.