In-Person: 3rd Floor, Law Society Building, 196-198 Water Street OR Online: Via Zoom
Dispute resolution processes are now recognized as mainstream processes, as opposed to alternative processes, that take pressure off the courts and increase access to justice. Duties to use dispute resolution processes are incorporated into legislation and lawyers’ Codes of Ethics. The spectrum of processes ranges from collaborative negotiation to mediation, med-arb, and arbitration before arriving at the adversarial end of the spectrum – litigation.
Six presentations will explore current themes in the practice of dispute resolution across various fields of law while highlighting how dispute resolution processes take pressure off the courts, as well as provide a cost-effective and deeper level of satisfaction to clients:
Registration Fee: $230.00 ($200.00 + HST) HST # R108086463
PLEASE NOTE: THE REGISTRATION PROCESS IS ONLINE ONLY. TO REGISTER FOR THIS SEMINAR, PLEASE CLICK THE FOLLOWING LINK:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing the information you will need to join the seminar.
In-person attendance is subject to capacity restrictions and other measures/policies imposed by the Law Society, the Chief Medical Officer, and any other applicable governmental authority. In-person attendance, if permitted, will be approved according to the order in which payment is received.
PLEASE NOTE: YOUR SPACE WILL NOT BE CONFIRMED UNTIL PAYMENT IS RECEIVED AND REFUNDS WILL NOT BE ISSUED FOR CANCELLATION AFTER JULY 15, 2022.
CPD Credit: 3.5 hours