LESA Update

The Making of the Brand: The All-New LESA

LESA’s same trusted continuing legal education in Alberta now has a new look. On June 17, 2021, we unveiled our fresh, modern, and fully redesigned brand. With professionalism, innovation, collaboration, and dedication penned as long-standing values of our organization, it only made sense to ensure the forward-facing characteristics of our brand personality embodied these as …

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Presenter Profile: Martin Kratz QC | Legal Technology Trends

Martin Kratz QC is an author, professor, and former technology and intellectual property lawyer. As chair of our Alberta Legal Technology Conference, Martin kicks off the conference with his presentation on Legal Technology Trends this coming Thursday. Martin will set the stage reflecting on the impact of technological change on the practice of law, how …

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Alberta Law Reform Institute is Recruiting Board Members

The Alberta Law Reform Institute [ALRI] is seeking applications for two Board positions. ALRI is committed to advancing just and effective laws for Albertans. The Board meets for one half day each month to discuss proposals for law reform and provide governance. Most meetings are by video conference with two in-person meetings per year when …

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Meet the Faculty: Alberta Legal Technology Conference

  Join innovative thought-leaders and organizations in law to learn the current state of technology. Consider the impact of technological developments and what the future might bring to Alberta’s legal community. Alberta Legal Technology Conference kicks off on May 13, 2021. Did you know that if you register for the entire conference before May 13 you save …

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New Titles – Webinars on Demand

  Most live LESA webinar broadcasts are recorded and made available after the fact as an on-demand program. Recent titles are now available as Webinars on Demand so you can watch and learn at your convenience. Scroll below for a list of our our most recent additions. Civil Litigation Series – Virtual Questioning Civil Litigation …

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Meet the Faculty: Criminal Law Webinar Series

We have an outstanding line-up of faculty for our upcoming Criminal Law Webinar Series. This 6-part series takes place on Fridays this coming April–June, 2021. Join senior practitioners as well as members of the bench for an in-depth discussion on essential criminal law topics. Attendees will explore topics including, pre-trial motions, search warrants, search and seizure, …

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How to Untangle Immigration Issues

Do your clients have immigration issues? If so, we have an upcoming webinar with Alicia Backman-Beharry and Susan Wood (from Holthe Immigration Law) that will provide an overview of important immigration categories. Attendees will untangle a fictitious case scenario while applying the concepts presented in this webinar. Topics will include travel restrictions, temporary versus permanent …

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Upcoming Digital Law Forum (Feb. 24 and Mar. 3)

  The Digital Law Forum is just around the corner! This upcoming online event runs February 24 and March 3 and is co-hosted by the University of Alberta Faculty of Law, AI4Society and the Digital Law & Innovation Society. Explore the current challenges and opportunities that digital technologies pose for decision-making in the judicial and executive …

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