Aboriginal Lawyers Forum Spa and Golf Retreat 

May 4-6, 2012
Chase BC

The Spa and Golf Retreat is hosted by the CBABC Aboriginal Lawyers Forum.
 
Topic: Aboriginal Lawyers Forum Spa and Golf Retreat
Guests: See Agenda
Dates: Friday May 4, 2012 to Sunday May 6, 2012
Location: Quaaout Lodge and Talking Rock Golf Resort, 1663 Little Shuswap Road West, Chase BC
Cost: Registration Fees:
Single Occupancy: $850
Double Occupancy: $550
No room (attending but no room required): $300
Non-CBA members registration fees are $50 higher.


Please note: cancellations up to and inlcuding April 2, 2012 are subject to a $50 administration fee, and cancellations after April 2, 2012 cannot be refunded. Substitutions are welcome. 
RSVP: Register online by Monday, April 23, 2012.
More meeting details will be available during the registration process.

Agenda

An agenda for the Retreat can be found at the following link: http://www.cba.org/bc/sections_pdfs/PDF/alf_retreat_agenda_05_04_12.pdf 

The Aboriginal Lawyers Forum is pleased to invite you to a Spa and Golf Retreat at the Quaaout Lodge and Talking Rock Golf Resort in Chase, BC.

Registration includes:
- Up to six hours of CPD presentations (see agenda)
- Two nights' stay at the lodge
- Welcoming reception on Friday
- Four meals on Saturday
- $75 spa credit or 9 holes of golf.

Are you driving from Vancouver?
If you are driving from Vancouver to the Quaaout Lodge, are you able to take one or two UBC Aboriginal law students? If so, please email cjcook@bilkey.ca to make arrangements.

Important Notes
Cancellation policy: All cancellations must be made in writing, via email or fax. Those cancellations received up to and including April 2, 2012 are subject to a $50 administration fee. Cancellations after April 2, 2012 cannot be refunded.  Substitutions are welcome.

For non-CBA members, registration fees are $50 higher.

Spa treatment preferences and golf tee times are treated on a first-come first-served basis only and are subject to availability. Later registrants may not receive their first choice.

Registration does not include travel.  All registrants must arrange travel themselves.  In an effort to help Aboriginal law students attend, we will try to put law students in contact with lawyers willing to drive with them.  However, all driving arrangements are made between the parties and are not the responsibility of the Aboriginal Lawyers Forum or the CBABC.  If you are carpooling or driving a law student, please ensure you both make arrangements to come to and leave the retreat, and exhange phone numbers, room numbers, and other contact information.  Neither the Aboriginal Lawyers Forum nor the CBABC will be keeping track of the carpooling and lawyer/law student driving arrangements.
 
Remote Option (No Charge)
The remote option is not available for this event. 

The CBABC provides access to Section activities for all members. The facilities for this meeting are wheelchair accessible. For information about accessible parking or to communicate your request for other accommodation you require, please contact CBABC Sections at sections@bccba.org.

We also welcome your suggestions for enhancing the inclusiveness of our activities.
 

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CONTACT INFO

CBABC Sections Department
1.888.687.3404 | 604.687.3404
sections@bccba.org