Monthly Archives: August 2011

Report from Common Law Degree Implementation Committee

The Federation of Law Societies of Canada’s Common Law Degree Implementation Committee (the “Committee”) has developed a proposal to implement the uniform national requirement (the “national requirement”) for entry to law society admission programs in Canadian common law jurisdictions. For … Continue reading

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NIFTEP Workshop Fall 2011

I blogged about the NIFTEP workshop I attended in April, 2011, HERE.   It was a fantastic experience and I highly recommend it to everyone.  The announcement of the Fall workshop is below. APPLY BY SEPTEMBER 12 FOR FALL 2011 WORKSHOP … Continue reading

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Conferences: Institute for Law Teaching and Learning

The Institute for Law Teaching and Learning has just announced the conferences planned for spring 2012.  I went to their conference this past June in New York and had an amazing time so I highly recommend the experience (my notes … Continue reading

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Governor General of Canada: Speech to the Canadian Bar Association 2011

His Excellency the Right Honorable David Johnston has posted his inspiring speech for the Canadian Bar Association’s Canadian Legal Conference in Halifax, dated Sunday, August 14, 2011. From his speech: How can we use Canada’s sesquicentennial in 2017 to re-evaluate and update our … Continue reading

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