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How to Do a Family Law Trial
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How to Do a Family Law Trial

2020-02-28 to 2020-02-29
When: Friday, February 28 - Saturday, February 29
Where: CCLA Nepean & Rideau Boardrooms
2nd Floor, Ottawa Courthouse
161 Elgin St
Ottawa, Ontario  K2P 2K1
Canada
Contact: Taylor Pyefinch
613-233-7386 ext.227


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The CCLA and the Family Bench & Bar Committee partner to present How To Do a Family Law Trial.  

Trial experiences come few and far between in a family lawyer’s career making it difficult to obtain the necessary skills to be an exceptional trial advocate.  This program provides lawyers with the opportunity to argue a mock trial before a Superior Court judge and get effective trial experience.  Participants will call evidence and cross-examine parties and expert witnesses.  Come learn and be mentored from 6 of Ottawa’s top family law advocates at this two-day program.  Day 1 will teach the theory behind effective trial advocacy and allow time for trial preparation in preassigned groups.  On Day 2 registrants argue a full trial in Court.  

Program:

Agenda coming soon.  

Registration & Rates:

$250.00 HST Included ($221.24 + $28.76 HST).  

Registration closes February 14th and is limited to 24 participants. Preference will be given to CCLA members.  Registrants who attended the 2018 program will be placed on a waitlist, should they wish to attend again this year.

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Please ensure you register for the program.  Due to courthouse securityregulations, the CCLA can no longer accept registration within 24 hours of the program or "at the door."  Please review the CCLA cancelation policy here.  

The CCLA will make every effort to address dietary restrictions or food allergies. However, we cannot guarantee a 100% nut-free environment during our programs. / 
L’ABCC fera de leur possible pour répondre aux restrictions et allergies alimentaires. Cependant, nous ne pouvons pas garantir à 100% un environnement sans noix durant nos programmes.