November PD Events

Compulsory Professional Development
                                                                                             Conflicts of Interest: Law, Ethics and Practice

Conflict of interest for lawyers both in both public and private practice. The relevant law and sections of the Nunavut Code of Conduct (2016) will be reviewed, but the emphasis will be on practice issues such as spotting situations that give rise to conflict, dealing with potential or perceived conflict, and managing the soft conflicts that arise in Nunavut, where we tend to know each other in many capacities, and where the adverse party in a case could easily turn out to be your good neighbour.

  •  WHO:  
    • Margaret Hollis recently retired from 32 years in the practice of law including as a litigator in a mid-size BC firm, as examiner for the Alberta Lawyers Insurance Association, as in-house counsel for the Government of Nunavut and Qulliq Energy Corporation, and as a sole practitioner serving Nunavummiut. She now lives in Penticton, British Columbia, where she grows fruit, makes jam, and entertains guests from Nunavut. 
    • Gloria Song has been a project consultant with the Law Society of Nunavut for over five years, supporting the Society's access to justice and public legal education projects. She served as poverty and civil law counsel with Legal Services Board in Cambridge Bay. She is now pursuing a PhD in Law at University of Ottawa, focusing on access to justice, housing and gender in Nunavut. Gloria is also an analyst in international affairs at Polar Knowledge Canada, where she coordinates Canada’s implementation of international polar science treaties. She has worked in legal research, access to justice, and human rights for over ten years. 
  • WHEN: November 25th @12:15pm ET 
  • .VIRTUAL OPTION was provided
  • MATERIALS: 
  • RECOGNIZED HOURS: 1.5 hour ( including review of materials provided)                            

                                       

                                                                                                    Professional Responsibility & Ethics

                                       

  • WHO: 
  • WHEN: November 2nd  @6pm ET
  • WHERE: Discovery Iqaluit’s Boutique Hotel 
  • MATERIALS:   Click here
  • RECOGNIZED HOURS: 1 hour

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                                                     Francophone Workshop on the Prevention of Harassment in the Workplace                                                                                                                                                          
  • WHO: Ms. Odessa O’Dell, Senior Associate at Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
  • WHEN: November 4th  @6pm ET 
  • WHERE: Franco-Centre (981 Nunavut Drive, Iqaluit) and virtual option was provided (Zoom)            
  • MATERIALS: Click here. 
  • RECOGNIZED HOURS: 1 hour 

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                                              Inuit and Western Approaches to the Prevention of Harassment in the Workplace                                                                                                                                                                                       
  • WHO: ilinniapaa Skills Development Centre
  • WHEN: Postponed until further notice

 

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