Visual Legal Advocacy [On-Demand] 

May 4, 2021
Online

Presented by CBA Futures

In a world that is very much visual, why is the law profession lagging behind? While the US is embracing the use of film to advance social justice as well as using this medium to present facts and evidence in court, Canada is still reluctant to embrace visual advocacy.

Garrick Apollon, corporate lawyer and co-founder of UDOCS examines the fascinating way that film is impacting the Canadian legal landscape.
 

PRESENTER



Garrick Apollon, Corporate Lawyer, Educator and Documentary Filmmaker
 

Moderator:
Christiane Saad, Executive Director, Law Practice Program, University of Ottawa | Member, CBA Futures Sub Committee

 

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    FORMAT

    On-demand Video (1 hour)

    COST

    CBA Members: FREE

    Non-Members:  $25
    Plus applicable taxes

     

    CBA AT THE MOVIES

    The CBA has partnered with UDOCS Media to offer discounted access to CBA Members on documentary film-baed accredited CPD courses.  Learn more

 

CONTACT INFO

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