Check out LESA’s Electronically Available Resources
With a wide range of electronically available resources, the LESA team is here to assist you throughout these uncertain times and committed to providing you with timely and topical continuing legal education, wherever you are. Scroll to the bottom for our list of complimentary resources!
10% off an Electronic Resource
Be the first to know about new LESA programs and resources! The LESA E-List is a periodic email giving you advanced and instant access to all that’s new and notable with LESA. As a member of the list, you will have priority access to program registrations and will be the first to know when new resources become available. We promise to appear in your inbox only when we have something of value to offer. As a gift upon sign-up, we want to welcome you with 10% off any one electronic resource.
Now Available! Webinars on Demand
Our Spring 2020 Webinar Series launched at a discounted price this past May, and we were pleased to see such a positive response. The recordings are now available as Webinars on Demand.
mini Seminars on Demand
New this year, we now offer mini Seminars on Demand. Select individual presentations from past programs are now available online, allowing you to pick and choose the topics that best fit your educational needs. Check out our newest offerings from recent past programs:
Program: Family Property Act | 3 presentations available
Program: Impaired Driving | 5 presentations available
Program: Tax Law for Corporate/Commercial Transactions | 7 presentations available
Program: Provincial Court Civil Practice | 6 presentations available
Advanced Family Law Issues for Paralegals | 5 presentations available
NEW! mini Seminars on Demand | $95 + GST per presentation
Select papers from our recent programs are available for download in Adobe PDF format. These papers expand your substantive law knowledge and increase your confidence. Click on a practice area below to search available papers by title or author.
Instantly access topical, Alberta-specific legal information.
No law library would be complete without the LESA Practice Manual series. These critical titles provide in-depth coverage in specific areas of law and are a useful resource for both junior and senior legal practitioners. Our Fundamentals provide a broad and comprehensive overview of specific areas of law and practice in Alberta. They are a useful resource for practitioners as well as articling students. Electronically available titles will be sent to the email address provided at checkout.
Coming soon! Updates to the Alberta Family Law Practice Manual are nearly complete which will reflect recent legislative changes to the Family Property Act and the Divorce Act. Click here to subscribe today!
The LESA Library provides you with Alberta-specific legal information you can access from anywhere, at anytime. Checklists, editable precedents, fillable forms, practice management tips, and so much more are just a click away.
Did you know that LESA Library subscribers get access to hundreds of program materials, the entire Practice Manual series, and so much more? With prices starting at just $795 + GST (for an annual subscription) you can get instant access to topical, Alberta-specific resources to help you excel in your practice. Learn more at LESA.org/library
Financial need-based bursaries are available for our electronic resources. Please contact the LESA office by emailing [email protected] for details; inquiries are kept strictly confidential.
The LESA team, in collaboration with ASSIST, delivered a series of free webinars with a focus on practice management and professional development skills this past spring. Stay tuned, as the recordings will soon be available. Designed for lawyers and articling students, these Webinars on Demand will deliver practical tips and strategies to help you leverage new opportunities in your career.
Past Career Development Series webinars will be available as complimentary Webinars on Demand shortly. Sign up for the LESA E-List to be the first to hear when these practical and informative programs become available on demand.
Questioning: Success in Chambers
Jurisdiction of the Provincial Court of Alberta
“The Vineyard Revitalisation” – Client Discovery, Counselling, and Goal Implementation
Can you Have Your Cake and Eat it Too?: The Deductibility of Future Benefits From SEF 44 Claims.
Changes to the Alberta Insurance Act
Breaking the Service Mould