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Remote Preparation of Witnesses and Clients for Pending Litigation

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30 minutes
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15 minutes
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15 minutes
Kira Domratchev
Ben Fulton
Andrea Sanche
Jessica Zita
Toronto Lawyers Association (TLA)
1 hour
$99.00 plus tax
Includes Handouts

As we continue to practice physical distancing, working remotely has become the norm. As in-person meetings have become so uncommon, how do you effectively navigate your practice and prepare a witness or a client for any given step in the litigation process, especially if they have any special needs or challenges?

Join us to learn from criminal and civil practitioners on best practices in this new remote world on how to ensure that your clients and witnesses are: always prepared, included in the process in a meaningful way regardless of their abilities, and that their special needs are addressed and taken into account.


Kira Domratchev

Kira joined Hull & Hull LLP as an associate in 2017 following her call to the bar. She holds a J.D. from Osgoode Hall Law School and a B.Comm. from Ryerson University. Prior to joining the firm, Kira served her articles at a prominent personal injury and commercial litigation boutique firm in Toronto where she was exposed to various aspects of civil litigation practice. 

While attending law school, Kira volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada, the Osgoode Business Clinic, the Community Legal Aid Services Programme (CLASP), the Osgoode Hall Mentorship Program and the Ontario Deputy Judges’ Association, amongst others. 

Ben Fulton

Andrea Sanche

Jessica Zita

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