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Amici Curiae Indigenous Seminars 2018: Working with Indigenous Women in the Provision of Legal Services Part 2 (ACIS 104)

  • 05 Jun 2018
  • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Justice Education Society 260 800 Hornby St Vancouver,BC V6Z 2C5
  • 20


  • For our volunteer lawyers.
  • Limit of 2 per institutional partner:
    Access Pro Bono BC,
    Atira Women's Resource Society,
    Battered Women Support Society, BC Human Rights Tribunal, CLAS, Legal Support Services of BC, Ministry of AG Vancouver JAC, Pivot Law and Rise Women Legal Services.

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Professional Development Course:


Amici Curiae Indigenous Seminars 2018

Communicating Effectively With Our Indigenous Clients 

Working with Indigenous Women in the Provision of Legal Services Part 2 (ACIS104) 

Facilitated by Amber Prince and Jennifer Buckley

Amber Prince is a lawyer with Atira Women’s Resource Society. With the support of the Law Foundation of B.C., Amber has been providing legal advocacy to women, including Indigenous women for the past 12 years at Atira. Amber is also on the Board of the Amici Curaie Friendship Society and is an “off reserve” member of the Sucker Creek (Cree) First Nation in Enilda, Alberta. 

Jennifer Buckley Amici Curiae Paralegal 


CPD: 1.5 hours including 1 hour in client relations, ethics and professional responsibility.

Seating is limited to 30!


Amici Curiae Volunteers and Institutional Partners Rate: $0

Single Seat Rate: $0 CAD

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For more information contact:
In Vancouver: 604.551.2727

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