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45th Annual Conference: Indigenous Peoples and the Law

In person in Vancouver and online!
November 17-19, 2021

National Indigenous History Month 2021

Discover our free Webinar Series on “Indigenous Peoples and the Law”
Six webinars on demand

All the Voices We Don't Hear

2021 National Roundtable on Administrative Law
Now available on demand

Justice Forward: A Series on Court Modernization

90-minute webinars in collaboration with PwC Canada
Two webinars on demand

Tribute to the Honourable Rosalie Silberman Abella

Conference to Mark the Retirement of the Honourable Justice Rosalie Silberman Abella from the Supreme Court of Canada
Ottawa, May 12-13, 2022

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Legally Blonde: Zoom Edition

The sun comes up, “Perfect Day” by Hoku starts blasting on the radio, and Elle Woods sits straight up in bed. Her smiling face is perfectly framed by her mid-length blond hair as she hops up and takes stock of the day. The first day of Law School, to be exact, and she wants everything to go perfectly.