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May Upcoming Legal Events

Upcoming Events

Discover what’s happening in the legal community this month.

LESA PROGRAMMING

How to Practice Family Law and Not Go Crazy

LAKE LOUISE | MAY 4

One of the most challenging parts of family law is ensuring you are running a successful practice. Develop strategies and discover ways to enhance your practice so you can continue to serve your clients in the best way possible.

 

52nd Annual Refresher: Family Law

LAKE LOUISE | MAY 5 – 7

Improve your practice by exploring some of the most front-of-mind topics in family law today.

Topics include:

  • family law court practices and upcoming changes;
  • legislative changes, including the Family Statutes Amendment Act and Bill C-78;
  • arbitration in family law;
  • death and divorce;
  • how lawyers in other practice areas support family lawyers; and
  • current issues in family law.

 

Mediation of Family& Divorce Conflicts

CALGARY | May 13 – 17

Mediation is increasingly important in the practice of family law. This in-depth program provides over 40 hours of intensive, hands-on skills training and is recognized by collaborative law associations in Alberta.

 

Effective Legal Support: Estate Administration

EDMONTON (May 22) | CALGARY (May 29)

Engage in an insightful session about typical contentious and non-contentious estate administration matters you may encounter day-to-day. Discuss applications for family maintenance and support, as well as other obligations under the Wills and Succession Act.

 

Everything Law Firms Need to Know About the Cloud

EDMONTON | May 23

Explore Cloud-based technology:

  • 5 Ways Modern Lawyers Benefit from the Cloud
  • What to Know Before Moving our Practice to the Cloud
  • Using Modern Cloud Tools to Increase Productivity
  • Protecting Your Firm When Using Cloud-Based Applications
  • What to Ask Vendors When Searching for Cloud Solutions

 

Alberta Legal Technology Conference

EDMONTON | May 23 & 24

Join some of the most knowledgeable and innovative individuals and organizations in law to learn the current state of technology and consider what the future might bring to Alberta’s legal community. Topics include Cyber-Security, Tech Evidence, Legal Research, New Tech for Solicitors, Law Firm Automation, Litigation Support, and The Future Lawyer.