Join the Society’s TRC Working Group (TRCWG) for the education session Trauma-Informed Lawyering: The Duty to Do Better in the Era of Truth & Reconciliation with lawyer and host of the “The Trauma-Informed Lawyer” podcast Myrna McCallum.

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Social media has transformed human interactions and relations. For better or for worse, we now have more access than ever before to information about people’s habits, work lives, lifestyles, whereabouts, friends, and even their communications. This treasure trove of electronic evidence has not been lost on lawyers, as nearly every day judges must grapple with the opportunities and challenges …

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While rude, confrontational, and abusive behaviour is not a new challenge for workplace parties, the past year and a half has seen a noticeable uptick in people losing their cool as they deal with frayed nerves and increased frustration. Though it may fall short of violence or harassment, aggressive behaviour is nevertheless a significant workplace hazard that gives rise to responsibilities for …

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Starting a business can be one of the most exciting - and uncertain - times in a client’s life. New owners look to their lawyers for not only legal counsel but also practical business advice on the challenges they may encounter. This new, 90-minute webinar with experienced corporate and commercial lawyers Ryan Turner and Katherine Bayer will provide an overview of key issues lawyers working with …

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