Raising The Bar In Legal Education

April 25th (Vancouver): Part 7 Benefits 101 (P7B101)

  • 25 Apr 2009
  • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Vancouver


  • I would like to attend this session and will bring my manual to class.
  • This rate applies to the those sending more than one delegate to this course session. To avail of this rate, all delegates must be regsitered at the same time.
  • Rate for those attending to fulfill their mandatory continuing professional development activities with the Law Society of British Columbia.

Registration is closed

*If you are registering two or more persons from your firm for the special price, each participant must complete register separately, at the same time. Payment must then be arranged by directly contacting Admissions at 604.685.2727.

Professional Development Course:


Part 7 Benefits 101 (P7B101)

"For Junior Lawyers, Solos, Paralegals & Legal Secretaries"

Date: April 25, 2009
Instructor: M. Dee Rogers, Webster & Associates

SFU Harbour Center (View Map)
515 W. Hastings St., Vancouver, BC
(Room number to be posted at main entrance)

This course will provide you with an understanding and a hands on practice in identifying the difference between Part 7 benefits and special damages and in calculating Total Temporary Disability (TTD) benefits.

Each session offers:

  • an interactive class providing hands-on practice in preparing documents;
  • a limit of 18 participants, to ensure optimum learning;
  • a copy of Part 7 Benefits 101 Desk Reference Manual, including useful checklists and precedents.
(View full course brochure)

Single Seat Rate:
$441.00 CAD
Student of Canadian Paralegal Institute:
420.00 CAD
Desk Reference Manual Registered Owner:
$204.75 CAD
Multi Seat Rate:
420.00 CAD (each)
(View cancellation policy)

For more information contact:

In Vancouver: 604.685.2727
Toll-free within BC: 1.866.685.2727
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