The Law Societies as Regulator – Developments in Self Regulation (Recording) 

Apr. 8, 2022

CBA-FLSC Ethics Online Symposium 2022

The Law Societies as Regulator – Developments in Self Regulation (Recording)

Friday, April 8, 2022 | 3:00 PM–4:35 PM ET

Registration Fees

This session will be presented in English and French with simultaneous translation available

Friday April 8, 2022 | 3:00 PM – 4:35 PM ET

3:00 pm–4:30 pm

The Law Societies as Regulator – Developments in Self Regulation

Canadian law societies have evolved over many generations. There was once debate whether the Law Societies should act in the interests of the profession. It is now largely accepted that self-regulation must be in the public interest. This panel will explore regulatory sandboxes, legal services provided by non-lawyers and related issues, all with a view to examining the scope of self regulation, and where we might be headed.


Elizabeth Osler, Chief Executive Officer & Executive Director, Law Society of Alberta
Adam Whitcombe, Deputy Executive Director & Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Law Society of British Columbia
Julie Mathews, Executive Director, Community Legal Education Ontario (CLEO)


Malcolm Mercer

4:30 pm–4:35 pm

Closing Remarks

Amy Salyzyn, University of Ottawa
Carsten Jensen QC, JSS Barristers



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Government: $105
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