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CPDs for Members Of the Law Societies In Canada

P.D.L.E.S. - CPDHOUSE.ORG is one of the major online Continuing Education and Professional Development providers for lawyers and legal professionals in Canada. Our courses are professionally created and prepared. CPD Courses are available all year round via various live & archived formats. 

This organization has been approved as an Accredited Provider of Professionalism Content by the Law Society of Upper Canada

This organization has been approved as an Accredited CPD Provider of professional responsibility and ethics, client care and relations, practice management and substantive law Content by the Law Society of British Columbia

Upcoming Live Accredited CPD Events

07 Oct 2016 5:00 PM (EDT) • Live Webinar/Webcast
26 Oct 2016 5:00 PM (EDT) • Live Webinar/Webcast
09 Nov 2016 5:00 PM (EST) • Live Webinar/Webcast
11 Nov 2016 5:00 PM (EST) • Live Webinar/Webcast
22 Nov 2016 5:30 PM (EST) • Live Webinar/Webcast
25 Nov 2016 5:30 PM (EST) • Live Webinar/Webcast
26 Nov 2016 4:00 PM (EST) • Live Webinar/Webcast
14 Dec 2016 5:30 PM (EST) • Live Webinar/Webcast
27 Dec 2016 1:00 PM (EST) • Live Webinar/Webcast
29 Dec 2016 1:00 PM (EST) • Live Webinar/Webcast
30 Dec 2016 5:30 PM (EST) • Live Webinar/Webcast

Video CPDs Access Available Now

  1. Role of judge in this context that of neutral impartial arbiter decision maker limited involvement in presentation of evidence-
  2. Tort Law for Motor Vehicle Accidents-
  3. Self-Representation on the Rise: New Trends and Emerging Issues-
  4. Estate Planning: Wills, Estates and Blended Matters-
  5. Life and Disability Insurance Law-
  6. The Law of Statutory Accident Benefits-
  7. Cross-Examination in Criminal Trials-
  8. Canadian Charter vs.Computer and IP Law, Cyber Crimes-
  9. Disclosure and Confidentiality in Insurance Litigation
  10. Privacy Laws - Informed Client Consent and Confidentiality in Medical Practice
  11. Police Powers, Charter of Rights and Administration of Justice: A Legal Point of View
  12. Self-Incriminating Evidence: Admissibility Issues of Mr. Big Confessions and Third Party Confessions
  13. New Practice and the First Criminal Law Trial (2 CPD) -
  14. Opinion Evidence: Expert or Lay Person-
  15. The updated guide to search warrants and Canadian Charter of Rights-
  16. Examination and case in chief in criminal cases -
  17. Securities Act offences; evidence gathering and an update on the Securities Act -
  18. The Law of Occupier's Liability -
  19. Fundamental Principles of Tort Law -
  20. Rules of Statutory Interpretation -
  21. Child Protection Matters-Children’s Aid Society (Expectations and obligations)
  22. Judge’s perspective on self-Representation and Legal Representation at Criminal and Regulatory Offences Trials. -
  23. Regulatory Offences, Criminal Code and Immigration Status
  24. Criminal Procedure Intermediate +Disclosure Requests from Third Parties who provide Counseling Services or therapy to victims of offences
  25. The Plea, Best Advocacy, Sentencing Submissions and Taking into Account Input of Others
  26. Criminal Procedure– Advanced +Allegations of Misconduct by Investigators or Others
  27. Sentencing : Best Practices and Recent Developments + The Plea; Best advocacy
  28. Criminal Procedure– Basic +Disclosure Obligations on the Defense Representative
  29. Corporate Crimes and Justice Procedures + Professional responsibility for financial transactions
  30. Sentencing : The evidence, submissions, appeals + The Plea; Joint submissions
  31. Regulatory Offences: Recent Developments +"Finger-pointing;" Cooperation with regulators 

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