Sandra A. Forbes, Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP
Doug Mitchell, IMK S.e.n.c.r.l.
Guy J. Pratte, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
This is a time of change. But one thing that hasn’t changed is the exceptional CPD content you've come to expect from Spring Symposium.
The Advocates' Society and the American College of Trial Lawyers invite you to attend the 20th Annual Spring Symposium, the flagship program for mid-level and senior advocates featuring the highest caliber speakers, topics and thought pieces.
This year, Spring Symposium will be delivered virtually as a 2-part series. Join us for the first session on April 21
for the latest developments, strategies, and tools for success in your remote practice. Attend the second session on April 28 for an afternoon dedicated to important access to justice and pro bono issues. Register for either session or attend both from the comfort of your home or office.
If you are a civil litigator serious about advocacy, this is one program you cannot afford to miss!
To register for the April 21 session or for both sessions, click here.
To register for the April 28 session, click here
- Hear from a panel of distinguished judges on the importance of pro bono work and what the Bench expects from counsel when it comes to the provision of pro bono legal services
- Find out why corporate counsel prefer to partner and work with outside firms that have a strong pro bono program
- Watch a Fireside Chat with Kimball R. Anderson, an Access to Justice Distinguished Pro Bono Fellow
- Keynote presentation by Past President of the ACTL, Douglas R. Young
Registration includes electronic materials, which will be provided prior to the program. Registration also includes access to the live webcast recording for 30 days from the date the link is sent to you.
*Due to current concerns with COVID-19, this program will be broadcast online only.
Please review the system requirements to view a Zoom webinar here.