Volunteer for LESA
Every year, LESA fills upwards of 300 volunteer positions in a variety of areas.
As a LESA volunteer, you will gain recognition within the profession, collaborate with respected colleagues and industry experts, and keep current in your field of practice while cultivating new skills. You won’t be just giving back to your profession – you’ll be shaping it. LESA has a variety of available volunteer opportunities, including chair, presenter, author, reviewer, guest blogger, and more.
We could not achieve the level of excellence in providing continuing legal education without the contributions of time, talent, and expertise from our volunteers.
Volunteer Opportunities for LESA Programs
- Serve as faculty for an in-person program or webinar
- Submit a program plan for a future in-person program or webinar
Volunteer Opportunities for LESA Resources
- Review substantive legal content and apply your expertise as a LESA Library volunteer
- Contribute to our publications–practice manuals available in several areas of law providing comprehensive and authoritative resources turned to by countless lawyers from across the province
Other LESA Volunteer Opportunities
- Guest author a post for our blog highlighting interesting trends developing in case law, a practical application of new statute, a legislative update, or an event happening in the legal community
- Spread the word about LESA programs and resources as a social media ambassador
Keep up with the latest news and LESA updates
David Fulton, CEO and President of True North Group Inc. co-presented “Cyber Insurance” with Stuart Tate of HighStreet Insurance. The on-demand program is now available! Key take-aways include: Understand why you are a target for cyber criminals Dive into the anatomy of a cyber-attack Consider cybercrime costs 10 tips to avoid …
Amy Salyzyn is an Associate Professor at the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Law. She is a member of the Law Society of Ontario. Amy received her J.S.D. from Yale Law School for her dissertation exploring the judicial regulation of lawyers in common law jurisdictions. She also received her LL.M. …
Nancy Bains is Tribunal Counsel and Privacy Officer at the Law Society of Alberta. She has been overseeing the Law Society’s privacy program since January 2015. In that role, she has coordinated the development of up-to-date processes, policies, and training. Nancy was in private practice for years prior to joining …
An incredible project is underway at the University of Calgary Law School. The consumer debt negotiation project is looking to simultaneously assist recent law school graduates who are without an articling position, and provide support by way of legal services to Albertans struggling amongst debt in light of the economic …
The holiday season is a time of year to reflect and to thank all of our staff and volunteers for their hard work and dedication serving Alberta’s legal community. LESA extends its warmest thanks to the hundreds of volunteers who have devoted their time and expertise to us and their …
The holiday season is a special time – a time to reflect and thank all of our staff and volunteers for their hard work and dedication serving Alberta’s legal community. LESA thanks the hundreds of devoted volunteers who have shared their time and expertise while working with us this year. …