Raising The Bar In Legal Education

List of Documents 201 (LOD 201)

  • 06 Aug 2015
  • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Law Courts Center #150 - 840 Howe St., Vancouver, BC V6Z2L2
  • 3


  • This rate is available to current subscribers of the BC Civil Litigation Guide. It may be used by the firm once per event.
  • The manual is $225 plus HST and shipping, we will confirm the exact amount in your invoice.
  • The manual is $225 plus HST and shipping, we will confirm the exact amount in your invoice.
  • This rate applies to the those sending more than one delegate to this course session. To avail of this rate, all delegates must be registered on the same day.

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Professional Development Course:

List of Documents 201 (LOD 201)

improving your ability to prepare lists of documents pursuant to rule 7-1

Instructor: Gerrie Campbell Senior Paralegal


Click here for the course outline which sets out the learning outcomes.

We are all aware of the requirements of R. 7-1 regarding production of relevant documents in that they must have been in a party's “possession or control” to be producible. And whether or not the documents can prove or disprove a material fact.  In a sense, Rule 7-1 now provides for a two-tier disclosure process  and that duty ultimately falls to counsel and not with the client. But what does this actually mean and where does one begin?  

At the completion of this course, the student will be able to:
  • understand the difference between records in a party's “possession”, “control” and “power”;
  • list and describe non-traditional documents such as maps, photographs, diagrams, etc.;
  • prepare an affidavit verifying a list of documents;
  • apply the various grounds of privilege;
  • effectively redact privileged and irrelevant material from documents;
  • list documents from which redactions have been made;
  • prepare an Affidavit supporting the redaction of information from a document; and
  • be familiar with the various ways in which irrelevant information in documents can be redacted.

This full day course offers:

  • an interactive class providing hands-on practice in preparing documents;
  • time-saving tips on how to manage your documents;
  • a limit of 14 participants, to ensure optimum learning;
  • printed and digital versions of the Desk Reference Manual, including useful checklists, flowcharts and precedents.

Click here to view additional course information.

Single Seat Rate: $548.80
Multi Seat or Accredited Group Rate: $521.36 (per person)

List of Documents 101 Desk Reference Manual: $252.00

List of Documents 201 Desk Reference Manual: $252.00

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