Identify, unpack, and intervene in systemic racism within legal institutions and your own practice. Moving beyond a diversity and inclusion lens, this session encourages members of the legal community to develop an anti-racist framework. This on-demand program was originally broadcasted as a webinar on September 9, 2021. Total running time is 1 hour, 54 minutes.
On November 1, 2011 the Law Society of Alberta will adopt a new Code of Conduct. The Code of Conduct course is intended to assist you in transitioning to the new professional responsibility rules. It consists of 10 lessons. By the end of this course, you should have an understanding of the rules and structure of the new Code of Conduct.
This course is designed to give you the knowledge and the confidence to have the conversation with someone who may be struggling with personal issues and to refer them to an appropriate source of help.
- Teacher: Rebecca McCarthy
"Trust Accounting for Responsible Lawyers" is one of two Trust Accounting courses. It is designed for those who intend to be designated as Responsible Lawyers, or for those seeking more information about trust safety. By the end of this course you should be able to outline the responsibilities of the Responsible Lawyer, perform a trust accounting risk assessment, implement controls to manage risks, maintain required books and records, monitor controls, and manage some general risks.
This course has as a prerequisite "Trust Accounting Fundamentals".
Trust Accounting Fundamentals" is one of two Trust Accounting courses. It is designed for anyone who may deal with trust funds. By the end of this course you should understand why it is necessary to protect trust funds, and how the Law Society's trust fund initiatives affect you. You should also be able to safely perform some common trust account-related activities, and be able to minimize risks for you and your firm.
This course is a prerequisite for "Trust Accounting for Responsible Lawyers.