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2018 The Aspiring and Inspiring Paralegal

Date: 03/07/2018

Once you complete the payment, you will be emailed your link and passcode to access video, as well as the link for downloadable seminar materials (papers and slides)
 
Presentations Include:
 
Opening Statements
PRISCILLA CICEK, Legal Assessment Specialist, BICO Risk Management, Surrey
DEE ROGERS, Senior Paralegal, Jarvis McGee Rice Trial Lawyers LLP, Vancouver
 
Pursuing Your Career with Passion Characteristics or Attributes that are Essential in a High-Level Paralegal
ART VERTLIEB QC, Vertlieb & Co. Vancouver
 
Case Law Review – Substantive Law Discussion (Panel Discussion)
PRISCILLA CICEK, Legal Assessment Specialist, Instructor, Vancouver Community College, Surrey
CATHERINE ANNE CONNOR, Paralegal, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP, Vancouver
 
Managing a Challenging Client (Forum Discussion)
KATE AUSTIN, Paralegal, Nathanson, Schachter & Thompson LLP, Vancouver 
 
Defining and Clarifying the Test for Proving Mental Injury: The Recent SCC Decision in Saadati and Implications for Future Cases
DAIRN SHANE, Counsel, Preszler Law, Vancouver
 
Primer on Personality Disorders, Part II:  Antisocial Personality Disorder
DR. MICHAEL SHEPPARD, Psychologist, DBT Centre of Vancouver, Vancouver
 
Best Practices for Mediation
BARBARA CORNISH, Cornish Margolis Boyd Mediation & Arbitration, Vancouver
 
Performing your Best during Trial Preparation: Good, Better and Best Practices (Preparation, Organization & Delegation)
DEE ROGERS, Senior Paralegal, Jarvis McGee Rice Trial Lawyers LLP, Vancouver
 
Lawyer’s Negligence: What a Paralegal can do to Prevent Claims
MARYANNE PROHL, Claims Counsel, Lawyers Insurance Fund, Law Society of British Columbia, Vancouver
LEANNE WOOD, Claims Counsel, Lawyers Insurance Fund, Law Society of British Columbia, Vancouver
 
Team Unity & Leadership through Core Values
ERICA ENSTROM, MBA, HBKin, Integra Medical Consulting, Vancouver

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