Last Kick at the Can 2017
Tuesday, December 5, 2017 OR
Thursday, December 14, 2017
09:00 am - 10:30 am
(Original course: Wednesday, March 20, 2016)
Who should attend: Litigators, paralegals, and legal assistants who work with litigators.
Learning level: Intermediate
West Moberly First Nations et al v. British Columbia et al is a complex, document-heavy, multi-party case. Most parties used litigation-specific software to house and review the documents at their offices. In the courtroom, all parties used an electronic trial platform to present their cases. In this case, the final Common Book of Documents contained 3,376 documents, totaling 30,000 pages. If printed, the documents would easily have filled 100 binders. To prepare copies for the court and parties to the case would have required more than 1,000 binders of paper: literally “walls of binders.” Hear how counsel on the case managed the documents electronically and how it improved the process.
Law Society of BC CPD Hours: 1.5 hours (1.5 hours will involve aspects of professional responsibility and ethics, client care, and relations, and/or practice management).
Tracy Ayling — Litigation Support Consultant (Independent), Vancouver
Kate Gower — Contract Lawyer, Devlin Gailus Westaway, Victoria
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