Regina (Copper Kettle) – Wednesday September 19, 2018
This Fall we are returning to Regina with our popular Sidebar Social Series. As with previous sessions, this program will offer an opportunity to gain some practical knowledge on a relevant topic from a panel of judges and an experienced senior practitioner.
The casual setting involves a CPD presentation dedicated to an in-depth discussion of the ethical considerations encountered in everyday practice and will focus specifically on the issues at hand when dealing with clients, there will also be a generous question period and a light meal, beverages and some time for networking are also included. Don’t miss out on this unique event!
To register, please follow this link: Sidebar Social – Ethics in Everyday Practice
NB – This iteration of the Sidebar Social has previously been hosted in Saskatoon, Prince Albert and Weyburn. Registrants from those locations will not be able to claim CPD hours for attendance at this session.
REMINDER! – TRC Call to Action #27 Training: The Blanket Exercise
Wednesday August 8, 2018 – Regina (Ramada Plaza) | Thursday September 6, 2018 – Saskatoon (TCU Place)
The Law Society is partnering with Regina and Saskatoon Public Schools Indigenous Education Facilitators to offer our members a truly interactive learning experience that furthers our efforts to address the TRC Calls to Action.
The Blanket Exercise was developed in response to the 1996 Report of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples, which suggests, “education is a key to reconciliation, understanding and knowing our collective histories between non-Aboriginal Canadians and Indigenous peoples.” The RCAP Report further states, “we can begin reconciliation with a better sense of history once we know one another as citizens.” This workshop offers attendees the opportunity to take part in a simulation, covering over 500 years of history in a participatory and interactive format.
Qualifies for 3 CPD Hours, all of which qualify as Ethics.
For more information and to register click here: The Blanket Exercise