How to Conduct a Virtual Hearing: Tips for Labour and Employment Practitioners (Recording) 

Apr. 23, 2020
Online

Live broadcast: See the table below for information on accreditation in all Canadian jurisdictions.

Recorded version: Some jurisdictions have restrictions on the number of recorded webinar hours that qualify as eligible continuing professional development (CPD) in a given reporting period. Please contact your Law Society for further information.

  • British Columbia lawyersCHANGES TO THE CPD PROGRAM (effective 2019):  New learning mode: Viewing a pre- recorded course without the presence of another lawyer or an articled student will qualify for CPD.
  • Manitoba lawyers: You must complete this test in order for the webinar recording to qualify as eligible CPD under the “self-study” category.

Jurisdiction

Substantive, skills and/or procedural content

Ethics, professionalism and/or practice management content

Alberta

Consider including this course as a learning activity in your mandatory annual CPD Plan.

British Columbia

0 hours

1.5  hours

Manitoba

0  hours

1.5  hours

New Brunswick

1.5 hours

Newfoundland and Labrador

1.5 hours

Northwest Territories

0 hours

1.5 hours

Nova Scotia

Consider including this course as a learning activity in your mandatory annual CPD Plan.

Nunavut

0 hours

1.5 hours

Ontario

0 hours

1.5 hours

Prince Edward Island

0 hours

1.5 hours

Quebec

Consider including this course as a learning activity in your mandatory bi-annual CPD Plan.

Saskatchewan

0 hours

1.5 hours

Yukon

1.5 hours

 

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