Lawyers in Manitoba must complete one hour of eligible continuing professional development activities for each month in a calendar year during which they maintained active practising status. If a lawyer maintained active practising status for three or more months in the calendar year, one and a half hours of the total hours must relate to ethics, professional responsibility or practice management. For more information, please contact the Law Society of Manitoba.



In Person (9)

Live Online (132)

Recorded Online / Videos (3723)

Bundled PD Sessions (5)

Title Subject Area Date Location
Everything but the FPA - A review of the legislation affecting estate planning and administration in the family law context Wills, Estates & Trusts Feb. 18, 2020 MB, Winnipeg
Managing the Modern Workplace: Best Practices for Respectful Investigations Canadian Corporate Counsel Feb. 25, 2020 MB, Winnipeg
Update from the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program Citizenship and Immigration Law Feb. 25, 2020 MB, Winnipeg
Suicide: Facing a Difficult Topic…together Ethics and Professional Responsibility Feb. 28, 2020 MB, Winnipeg
Research in Manitoba’s Legal Community: Lightning Talks 2020 Legal Research Mar. 4, 2020 MB, Winnipeg
Remarks from the Superintendent of Bankruptcy, Ms. Elisabeth Lang Bankruptcy and Insolvency Law Mar. 5, 2020 MB, Winnipeg
What to do when your client has received a letter from the Director of Psychiatric Services Elder Law Mar. 18, 2020 MB, Winnipeg
Appearances before the Master Family Law Mar. 24, 2020 MB, Winnipeg
CentreVenture Development Corporation - What it can do to facilitate downtown Winnipeg property (re)developers Real Property Mar. 26, 2020 MB, Winnipeg

The CBA PD Web site combines listings for all CBA Branch, National and CCCA events in one convenient location, eliminating the need to search though multiple sites. By selecting your province or territory on the left hand column, you will be directed to professional development opportunities taking place near you.

Professional development opportunities presented will include in-person presentations, on-line videos, recordings and links to publications offered by individual Branches.

To search all CBA programming, use the general search function on the Search Programs tab.


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