Monthly Archives: May 2011

Professionalism in a time of need: A Story from the University of Alabama School of Law

Anne Hornsby, the Assoc. Dean for Clinical Programs at the University of Alabama School of Law sent this email through the lawclinic listserv this week.  I asked her for permission to post it to the website because I think it … Continue reading

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Article: Legal Ethics and Class Action Praxis

The Osgoode Hall Law Journal will be publishing an important new article on legal ethics in class actions by Jasminka Kalajdzic (Windsor) available here http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1838609 with full abstract below. This is the first article in Canada to directly address how … Continue reading

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B.C. lawyers getting behind mandatory CLE

B.C. lawyers getting behind mandatory CLE Written by Jean Sorensen British Columbia’s mandatory continuing legal education program, the first in Canada when implemented by the Law Society of B.C. in January 2009, is gaining strong support from lawyer who see … Continue reading

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NIFTEP: Spring Workshop Update

I returned from one of the NIFTEP workshops this past Sunday, and am still bemused and amazed by the wonderful experience.  I am already working on new projects, inspired and supported by an extraordinary group of practioners and academics who … Continue reading

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