Family Law

LESA Library Feature: Interactive PDF Viewer

As a LESA Library subscriber, our bet is you are one happy camper right about now! The LESA team spent countless hours reimagining the site map and structure for the LESA Library to create a platform that offers intuitive navigation, enhanced searchability, and subscription options tailored more specifically to your unique needs. We are quite …

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Collaborative Law Programs

Join us this fall for our collaborative law programs. These three courses are recognized by collaborative law associations in Alberta and are necessary to becoming a collaborative professional. Limited enrollment, click the links below for details and to register today to save your seat! Basic Collaborative Law (Edmonton) Limited Enrollment | September 15–17, 2021 Learn …

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Register Now for Advanced Legal Writing

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. Join us this October for a 2-part series to hone your legal writing skills. Attendees will walk away from this program with an expanded skill …

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New Format for LESA’s Electronic Publications

You may have already heard…  we have just launched an all-new LESA Library. This online, comprehensive, and searchable resource provides valuable legal information to Alberta’s lawyers, articling students, and legal support staff. With its improved navigation and enhanced search functionality, including full-text search, the LESA Library is your go-to source for electronically accessing top-notch continuing …

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Features, Options, and Benefits – OH my!

            LESA’s same trusted resources for continuing legal education in Alberta are getting a new look. Enjoy the all-new LESA Library with its fully redesigned interface featuring improved navigation and enhanced searchability. This online, comprehensive, and searchable resource provides valuable legal information to Alberta’s lawyers, articling students, and legal support …

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Alberta Family Law Practice Manual – 2020 Update

Prepared by leading family law practitioners, the Alberta Family Law Practice Manual guides you through a family law file from start to finish, whether the file proceeds through collaborative law, mediation, arbitration, or court. Recent changes to the Divorce Act are reflected in our 2020 update to this manual.  Highlights include comprehensive information on: Divorce Matrimonial …

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Launch of the All-New LESA Library

The all-new LESA Library is an online, comprehensive, and searchable resource that provides valuable legal information to Alberta’s lawyers, articling students, and legal support staff. Organized by area of law, subscribers can access valuable resources related to their specific area(s) of practice as well as our practice management collection and content tailored to specialized areas …

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Meet the Faculty: Family Property Act for Legal Support Staff

Family Property Act for Legal Support Staff is now available as an on-demand program. Explore the ins and outs of the Family Property Act.  Takeaways include practical tips to assist you in your role as legal support staff. Scroll below to read about our faculty for this program. Click here for program details and to purchase. …

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“My Experience” Project with the Law Society of Alberta

The “My Experience” Project is an initiative of the Law Society of Alberta inviting lawyers and students to share their experiences of how racial discrimination or stereotyping affected their legal career, and themselves personally. These experiences come from real people in Alberta’s legal community and bring to light the need for change. Each week, the …

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Family Law in a Digital World: Top 10 Tips to Discuss with Clients

Thank you to OurFamilyWizard for authoring this guest post.  If you are working with clients who are navigating the waters of abuse, the digital world we live in can add risk and vulnerability when it comes to ensuring safety. Read on for tips on what to discuss with your clients to ensure they understand how they can …

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