CBA Ethical Practices Self-Evaluation Tool Webinar Series: Relationship to Students, Employees, and Others i. Hiring 

Sep. 1, 2018 - Dec. 31, 2019
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Relationship to Students, Employees, and Others i. Hiring

Format: Self-directed Webinar with interactive quiz components
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Fees: $0.00 for CBA members (+GST) - Complimentary
$159.00 for Non-members (+GST)
  The purchase of this Webinar allows one (1) registrant a one (1) week access* to the course.
*Login access begins immediately at the time of purchase.

Although at risk of being overlooked, hiring practices are an important part of a law firm’s ethical infrastructure. As the CBA Ethical Practices Self-Evaluation Tool describes, not only are lawyers “[t]he greatest asset to any law firm,” they are also a major source of risk. Lateral hires can be particularly risky: as noted in a leading American law firm risk management text, “[t]here are multiple instances of awards and settlements in the millions of dollars because of lateral hiring decisions that turn out to have introduced ‘Trojan horses’ into law firms.”

In this webinar, you will learn about hiring and human rights, protecting confidentiality during hiring, including transfer between law firms and interviewing do’s & dont’s.

CPD Accreditation

1 Hours of Approved Continuing Professional Development in BC
Viewing of this recording will provide you with 1.00 hour of the ethics, professional responsibility and practice management component for your Law Society of BC reporting.

Click here for accreditation details from other Law Societies in Canada.

Technical Information & Requirements

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  • Please ensure your computer speakers are working properly, as audio is delivered entirely through the computer.
  • Earphones or headphones are recommended for best sound quality

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