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Jury Trials From the Masters

When it comes to jury trials, the rules of engagement are a little different and require some subtle shifts in approach, along with special considerations that may not be immediately obvious. While you may already have experience with jury trials, it's always helpful and beneficial to hear from the masters and learn from their experiences.

Virtual Court Attendances: What You Need To Know As A Civil Litigator

As part of our continuing series on how to adapt to a post-pandemic world, today we are looking at litigating virtually. Virtual court attendances are growing in popularity at all levels of court in Ontario and we want to make sure you are prepared for the changing landscape.

How to Approach Virtual Discoveries & Mediations

Recently, we've been talking about the skills and information you need in order to adapt to practicing in the virtual world. Today, we have some practical advice for you, from other lawyers who are walking the walk.

How to Choose Marketing Options that Work For YOU

Marketing yourself or your small firm can be daunting! Websites, SEO, logos, taglines, social media, advertising - online and off, videos, direct mail, trade shows, networking, seminars and publications...

The Shape of Litigation to Come

Over the past few months of emergency-only hearings, courts and practitioners have had to adjust to modified timelines, working and arguing remotely, and new technology demands. But what will litigation look like in the post-Covid transition?

Michael Bay shares his personal reflections on the residential schools compensation process

Michael Bay shares his personal reflections on the residential schools compensation process as a former adjudicator for this special tribunal.

Estate Law in a COVID-19 Time

The practice of wills and estates law is very personal for clients. So how do you maintain that personal connection when you can't meet in person? With physical distancing measures in place, lawyers can still support clients using virtual technology.

What Law School Didn't Teach You

Having your own law practice can be rewarding but how do you create one? Law school didn’t teach you how to start a law firm! Many self employed lawyers learn by trial and error. Why buy an untried ladder to hang up your shingle when the TLA offers this program?

So You Want to be a Judge?

Have you ever thought about being a Judge? For many of us it seems like a far-fetched idea, but maybe it isn't! Watch the TLA expert panelists candidly discuss and de-mystify the judicial application and appointment process.

Practicing During the Pandemic

In this week's featured video, brought to us by the MLA, we hear from a civil litigator, a family law lawyer, and a criminal lawyer on how they have adapted their practice to the "new normal" during the pandemic.

Is Your Inbox Out of Control?

Are you overwhelmed by the number of emails you receive? What if you could use your inbox as a strategic tool to save you time and reduce stress, rather than being a burden? We can help.

The Quick and Dirty Personal Injury Update

Staying up-to-date can be challenging at the moment. If you are a Personal Injury Lawyer or you have colleagues and friends who are, here is a great set of new content that will keep your finger on the pulse.

Five Rules for Clear Legal Writing

Consider the following paradox: The better you understand a subject, the harder it is to explain that subject to someone else. In this program, you will learn about the five situations where a reader could misinterpret your writing.

Need a way to get your 2020 Real Estate CPD?

If you normally get your Real Estate CPD from conferences but are faced with no options this year due to cancellations, then we have a solution for you.

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