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September 2021

Rules of Court Year in Review: What Litigators Need to Know – Webinar

September 14 | 12:00 pm1:30 pm
$71.25 – $95.00

About Faculty About Date: September 14, 2021 Time:  12:00 PM – 1:30 PM Price:  $95 + GST Additional details coming soon. If multiple lawyers or staff members from your firm would like to attend this webinar or webinar series, please contact [email protected] for pricing. Faculty Presenters Melissa N. Burkett, Alberta Justice and Solicitor General Kelly Osaka, Dentons Canada LLP

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October 2021

Advanced Legal Writing Part 1 (Livestream)

October 6 | 12:00 pm3:15 pm

About Faculty About Date: October 6, 2021Time:  12:00 PM–3:15 PMPrice:  $225 + GST (Save $105 when combined with Advanced Legal Writing Part 2 (Livestream))  This is the livestream registration page for Advanced Legal Writing Part 1. If you would like to purchase the in-person ticket to this event, please navigate to Advanced Legal Writing Part 1 (Edmonton).  Communication is integral to the practice of law. Having the skill set and knowledge base to produce well-written legal documents, such as contracts or litigation documents, greatly benefits your practice.…

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Advanced Legal Writing Part 1 (Edmonton)

October 6 | 12:00 pm3:15 pm
LESA’s Program Space, Suite 1401, 10088-102 Avenue T5J 2Z1 Canada + Google Map
$168.75 – $225.00

About Faculty About Date: October 6, 2021Time:  12:00 PM–3:15 PMPrice:  $225 + GST (Save $105 when combined with Advanced Legal Writing Part 2 (Edmonton))Venue: LESA’s Program Space | Suite 1401, 10088-102 Avenue  This is the in-person registration page for Advanced Legal Writing Part 1. If you would like to purchase the livestream ticket to this event, please navigate to Advanced Legal Writing Part 1 (Livestream). Communication is integral to the practice of law. Having the skill set and knowledge base to produce well-written legal documents, such as contracts…

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38th Annual Intensive Advocacy (Calgary)

October 25October 30
SAIT, 1301 16 Ave NW, Calgary + Google Map
Free – $2995

About Faculty Accommodations About Dates: October 25-30, 2021 Venue: Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) Price: $2,995 + GST Develop a confident, professional courtroom presence by exploring every aspect of trial and hearing work in this intensive, week-long workshop. This program has limited enrollment. Please Note:  This program is planned to be in-person. The program format and dates are subject to change depending on the COVID-19 situation at the time of the program running. We are committed to ensuring the health…

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Advanced Legal Writing Part 2 (Livestream)

October 27 | 12:00 pm3:15 pm
$168.75 – $225.00

About Faculty About Date: October 27, 2021Time:  12:00 PM – 3:15 PMPrice:  $225 + GST (Save $105 when combined with Advanced Legal Writing Part 1 (Livestream))  This is the livestream registration page for Advanced Legal Writing Part 2. If you would like to purchase the in-person ticket to this event, please navigate to Advanced Legal Writing Part 2 (Edmonton). Communication is integral to the practice of law. Having the skill set and knowledge base to produce well-written legal documents, such as contracts or litigation documents, greatly…

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Advanced Legal Writing Part 2 (Edmonton)

October 27 | 12:00 pm3:15 pm
LESA’s Program Space, Suite 1401, 10088-102 Avenue T5J 2Z1 Canada + Google Map
$168.75 – $225.00

About Faculty About Date: October 27, 2021Time:  12:00 PM – 3:15 PMPrice:  $225 + GST (Save $105 when combined with Advanced Legal Writing Part 1 (Edmonton))Venue: LESA’s Program Space | Suite 1401, 10088-102 Avenue This is the in-person registration page for Advanced Legal Writing Part 2. If you would like to purchase the livestream ticket to this event, please navigate to Advanced Legal Writing Part 2 (Livestream). Communication is integral to the practice of law. Having the skill set and knowledge base to produce well-written legal documents, such…

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Seminars on Demand

An Introduction to the Tax Court of Canada (On-Demand)
Provincial Court Jurisdiction, Triage, and Resolution Tracks (On-Demand)
Provincial Court Mediation and Pre-trial Conferences (On-Demand)
Regulations Governing the Practice and Procedures for Civil Matters in the Provincial Court of Alberta (On-Demand)
Provincial Court Trial Preparation and Conduct of a Trial (On-Demand)
An Overview of Provincial Court Civil Matters from an Administrator’s Perspective (On-Demand)
Costs in the Provincial Court of Alberta (On-Demand)
Case Management: Dealing with Limitations, Deadlines, and Delay on Civil Litigation Files (On-Demand)
Drafting Pleadings, Affidavits, and Briefs: What You Need to Know (and a Few Things You Should Know) (On-Demand)
Complex Litigation (On-Demand)

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Publications

Alberta Civil Practice Manual (Hardcopy Format)
Alberta Foreclosure Forms (Hardcopy Format)

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Program Papers

Investigations under the Business Corporations Act
Costs in the Provincial Court of Alberta
The Oppression Remedy versus the Derivative Action
Co-Operation or Co-Op(t)eration: Mandatory ADR Case Law/Procedure Review and General Discussion
Valuation of Businesses: Issues Commercial Litigators Should Know in Contentious Shareholder Exits
A Time to Get Together: A Lawyer’s Role in Mediation
Briefing Your Witness for Questioning
Commonplace, but Not Routine: Make the Most of Your Mediation
Conducting Questioning for Discovery
Reintroduction of the Mandatory ADR Rules: A Mediator’s Perspective on the Available Processes and Behaviours for Success

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Complimentary Resources

Questioning: Success in Chambers
Jurisdiction of the Provincial Court of Alberta
“The Vineyard Revitalisation” – A Tangled Tale, to Consider Client Discovery and Counselling, and Goal Implementation Strategies
Changes to the Alberta Insurance Act
Can you Have Your Cake and Eat it Too?: The Deductibility of Future Benefits From SEF 44 Claims
Breaking the Service Mould

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