Online Programs & Archives

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Now advocates from coast to coast to coast can access our collection of CPD programs on-demand from the convenience of their computer.

TAS archives are now housed on Vimeo, offering you 24/7 access to our extensive catalogue of advocacy programs.

Electronic program materials are included in the cost of a TAS archive. Please contact cpd@advocates.ca to receive a copy of the materials. Please note that program materials in a more accessible format are available upon request.

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Upcoming Live Online Programs


PLEASE NOTE: Until it is safe to proceed in person, most of our collegial events or gatherings and education programs will be offered online. We will continue to update you on new formats for existing programs and new programs under development.

We will continue to monitor the situation and will provide further updates, including decisions for future programs, as things evolve.

 

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The Commercial Litigation Practice Group's Annual Diversity & Inclusion Lunch. This year our panelists will discuss attracting, retaining and championing diverse advocates. The panel will be followed by breakout sessions where you can continue the discussion with colleagues in engaging smaller groups.
 
Location
Live Online
Time
12:00 PM
 
 
 
 
Alberta appellate judges and leading practitioners provide practical guidance on how to draft compelling appeal facta, prepare for appeal hearings and persuade appeal courts with strong oral arguments.
 
Location
Calgary With Optional Webcast
Time
9:00 AM
 
 
 
 
How do I know when to hire an expert? How do I prepare my expert for trial? And how do I cross-examine an expert? Learn from experienced trial lawyers how to choose, use, prepare, examine and challenge expert witnesses.
 
Location
Live Online
Time
1:00 PM
 
 
 
 
Factors of credibility are not universal. Do you have the tools and information you need to best present a witness who does not share the same culture as you (or the judge)? What does it mean to be a trauma-informed lawyer? How can you effectively cross-examine a witness with a disability while also being accommodating and empathetic? What’s the difference (and when do you) make a cultural briefing submission vs. giving judicial notice? Learn all these skills and more at this brand-new program that will explore all the dimensions of witness credibility.
 
Location
Live Online
Time
1:00 PM
 
 
 
 
Discover what nonverbal techniques top litigators use to convey credibility and confidence to their clients, opposing counsel and the trier of fact.
 
Location
Live Online
Time
9:00 AM
 
 
 


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