Aboriginal Law - Vancouver Section Meeting 

Oct. 31, 2019
Vancouver BC

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Geographic Information Systems in the Legal Profession
This meeting is being hosted by the Aboriginal Law - Vancouver Section.

Speaker(s): Z. Kent Sullivan, Lawyer, Hamilton Duncan
Time: Thursday, October 31, 2019 - 12:00pm - 1:30pm (Pacific Time)
Location: Bennett Jones, 666 Burrard St, Suite 2500, Vancouver, BC
Meal Cost: $20 (GST Incl.) - Optional
CPD Hours: 1.00
Please note that this is an estimate of the total hours of CPD that are being offered. Upon the conclusion of the meeting, an assessment will be made as to exactly how many hours will be approved.
Synopsis

"Geographic Information Systems in the Legal Profession" will be presented by Z. Kent Sullivan of the Hamilton Duncan firm in Surrey.  Kent is one of the foremost authorities on the use of Geographic Information Systems (“GIS”) in the legal profession. 

The presentation describes what GIS is as well as the vision and opportunity for using GIS in the legal profession.  Kent will demonstrate how GIS can greatly enhance a lawyer’s ability to communicate, convince, and prevail on legal arguments and negotiations. He’ll also illustrate some GIS exhibits successfully introduced in trial and explain how those exhibits were critical in the outcome of the case – i.e. Success. The presentation provides a discussion of one of the leading cases in Canada on the interactive use of GIS in litigation and discusses what might be done to overcome some of the pitfalls encountered in that case.

Kent is passionate about getting the message out to his legal colleagues, that we too can take advantage of the many benefits of GIS and in a way that satisfies court rules.  GIS can greatly assist lawyers in meeting or exceeding client needs in this ever changing and rapidly evolving world of information technology.


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

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

Webinar/Teleconference
Sections host webinars from Internet-capable venues where significant interest has been expressed by Section members in attending remotely. This Section meeting will be offered as a teleconference or webinar depending on the resources and technology available at the venue. 

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If you have not received instructions by days end one day prior, please email sections@cbabc.org.


Disclaimer
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