Feature Conferences

Outstanding Programming. Outstanding Learning.

 

Each of our Signature Conferences is designed to provide you with the latest learning on a wide range of valuable topics. Hear directly from accomplished litigators and judges. Learn new strategies and tools for building your practice. Join us and connect with your peers.


 

Tricks of the Trade

If you practice personal injury, Tricks of the Trade your ‘must-attend’ conference. Developed and designed for both the Plaintiff and Defence bars, this conference offers a truly unique collegial atmosphere and exceptional learning.  


     

Women in Litigation

This biennial conference brings women advocates together to spend the day hearing from members of the bench and bar, who will address the current issues faced by women in litigation. The program also features mentoring round tables and a concludes with a collegial post-program reception.



     

Spring Symposium

This annual conference, held in conjunction with the American College of Trial Lawyers, is the premier annual education and networking event for civil litigators. Compelling, current subject matter and a diverse mix of leading litigators and judges combine to create a rich learning environment. Receive best practice guidelines, insights and strategies that are essential to maintaining a high-level litigation practice.



       

Fall Forum

The Fall Forum is our biennial destination weekend conference designed for young advocates. It features practical content, inspiring keynotes, mentoring round tables and fabulous social events in a resort location. Young advocates can learn, connect and start to build relationships with their peers across Canada.



     

Fall Convention

Fall Convention is our annual destination conference exclusively for members. It offers an extended escape to a fabulous destination where members will experience outstanding CPD and exceptional collegiality at a world class property. Fall Convention is coming a little earlier in 2017, so make sure to save the date in your calendar today.