Blog 2024

Lunch and Learn | Under the Hood: How AI Works, Is Being Used, and Current AI Law and Policy

Learn more on the fundamentals of AI from experts in the area.
• English program with simultaneous interpretation

Webinar | Judicial Review of Regulations: Vavilov or Vires?

This webinar will consider the traditional approaches to reviewing government regulations and how (if at all) they can be reconciled with the approach in Vavilov, particularly the reasonableness standard of review.
• English program

Webinar | Navigating the legal landscape of Artificial Intelligence: understanding the present and anticipating the future

An illuminating webinar on the complex evolution of law in relation to artificial intelligence, exploring current legal frameworks and anticipating future changes.
• Bilingual program with simultaneous interpretation
• Participation in this program is accredited in provinces where CLE requirements for lawyers are mandatory

Seminar on Personal Prejudices and Cognitive Biases [2025 Edition]

This program open to all judges and administrative decision-makers aims to raise awareness of biases, and avoid their influence in reaching a decision.
• Bilingual program with simultaneous interpretation
• Participation in this program is approved under Section 41 (1) of the Judges Act

Writing Reasons in Sexual Assault Cases (2024 Edition)

This online seminar will discuss how to formulate sound reasons in sexual assault cases using sensitive and appropriate language, and avoiding harmful stereotypes.
• Bilingual program with simultaneous interpretation
• Participation in this program is approved under Section 41 (1) of the Judges Act

2023 Annual Conference: The Law of Borders | Free Online Participation (For Law Students Only)

CIAJ’s 47th Annual Conference will explore current issues related to the law of borders.
***This free online participation is open to full-time students only***
• Bilingual program with simultaneous interpretation

Webinar | The Power of Languages and Stories in Drafting Indigenous Laws

In this webinar, OKT Partner Maggie Wente and Professors Naiomi Metallic and Sarah Morales will explore the theory and practice of legislating Indigenous laws.
• In English with simultaneous interpretation

Free Program: A Dialogue on Self-Representation

CIAJ and the NSRLP have partnered to present a dialogue event on self-representation in the Canadian legal system. This online seminar is open to all members of the legal profession, and to self-represented litigants.
• Bilingual program with simultaneous interpretation
• Participation in this program is approved under Section 41 (1) of the Judges Act

Seminar on Personal Prejudices and Cognitive Biases [2024 Edition]

This program open to all judges and administrative decision-makers aims to raise awareness of biases, and avoid their influence in reaching a decision.
• Bilingual program with simultaneous interpretation
• Participation in this program is approved under Section 41 (1) of the Judges Act

Webinar | Creating Cultures Beyond Bias

Learn more on the fundamentals of bias from an expert in the area.
• Bilingual program with simultaneous interpretation
• Participation in this program is accredited in provinces where CLE requirements for lawyers are mandatory