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.
Wednesday, September 29, 2021, 12:00 PM-2:00 PM via Zoom
Trauma-informed lawyering is a do-no-further-harm, relational approach to the practice of law that benefits you, your clients, your colleagues and the legal profession generally.
Did you attend the previous trauma-informed lawyering session with Myrna? All members, including those who attended the previous session, are encouraged to attend this free education session. It will not only reflect on the content from the last session but it will also include additional information and it will dive deeper into trauma-informed lawyering.
Please let us know if you have any accessibility accommodation requests to facilitate your participation by contacting Kerry Foss at email@example.com.
About Myrna McCallum
Myrna is a Métis lawyer from Green Lake in Treaty Six territory and the host of “The Trauma-Informed Lawyer” Podcast. Prior to founding Miyo Pimatisiwin Legal Services in 2019, Myrna served as an adjudicator in the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement claims process, and Crown Prosecutor with the Ministry of the Attorney General in Saskatchewan. When she is not FaceTiming her three grandchildren, educating or podcasting, Myrna is advising, advocating, or conducting workplace investigations and reviews. In 2020, the Federal Department of Justice awarded Myrna their first ever Excellence in Legal Practice and Victim Support Award. She lives in North Vancouver, B.C
About the Society’s TRC Working Group (TRCWG)
The TRCWG makes recommendations to the Society’s Council on a response to the Calls to Action. In developing recommendations for consideration by Council, the TRCWG considers the Society’s role in responding to the Calls to Action and the value in supporting any activities the Society may undertake. Learn more.