Raising The Bar In Legal Education

The Role of the Legal Profession in Reconciliation (DIV 105)

  • 14 Dec 2015
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Justice Education Society 260 - 800 Hornby, Vancouver, BC. V6Z 2C5
  • 25


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Diversity Dialogue Series:


The Role of the Legal Profession in Reconciliation  (DIV 105)


Provincial Court of BC Judge Len Marchand will be facilitating the conversation.

Earlier this year, the Truth and Reconciliation released its Summary Report on the operation and harmful legacy of Indian Residential Schools.  The 337 page Report includes 94 “calls to action”, including eight calls to action in the field of “Justice”.  Amongst these are specific calls to action directed to the Federation of Law Societies and law schools across the country.  Please join in the dialogue about the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Report and Recommendations and the future role of the legal profession in achieving reconciliation with Canada’s indigenous peoples.

Proceeds from this lecture will seed the funding of the expansion of Amici Curiae's Temporary Foreign Worker Uncontested Divorce Project.


5:30 Opening remarks Dom Bautista
5:40 The Role of the Legal Profession in Reconciliation
7:25 Closing remarks Dom Bautista

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call: 604.685.2727


Seating is limited to 40!

CPD: 2.0 hours with 2.0 hours for practice management.


In-person Rate or Webinar Single Seat License:
$125 CAD

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