The Legal Information Society of Nova Scotia has created a database of video training sessions for lawyers.
Their first training offerings are a video training session on best practices when working with trans and non-binary clients and a two-part video training session focused on restorative approaches to conflict resolution. More training sessions will be added as they are developed.
Access to Justice Week (A2J Week) will take place from October 26-31, 2020 in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Ontario and Nova Scotia.
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The Province of Nova Scotia is seeking applications from members of the public who are interested in being appointed to the Advisory Committee on Provincial Judicial Appointments. The application deadline is 6 November 2020.
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The Act respecting First Nations, Inuit and Métis children, youth and families (the Act) came into effect January 1, 2020.
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Since February 22, 2018, all Fentanyl Certificates of Analyst that the Public Prosecution Service of Canada has received from Health Canada’s Drug Analysis Service have stated that they analysed the substance to be “Fentanyl or an isomer thereof.” The Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (CDSA) Schedule I, item 16, does not list “isomers” as one of the included substances of Fentanyl.
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