Presented by CLEBC in collaboration with CCEL
Bridging the gap: Elder law for everyone
Thursday and Friday, November 14 and 15, 2019
9:00 am – 4:30 pm (both days)
Pan Pacific Hotel, 999 Canada Place, Vancouver
or attend via webinar
Click on the course links to register for either Day 1 or Day 2.
Throughout the fall, we will be posting blog posts and interviews with featured speakers from the conference. Read them here and check back often for new updates!
Who should attend: Lawyers practicing in the areas of elder law, family law, and wills, estates, and trusts. This conference may also be of interest to health care professionals, social workers, advocacy groups, financial trustees, and anyone concerned with the rights of older people.
Learning level: Intermediate/Advanced
The Canadian Elder Law Conference is a two-day forum on the law and policy issues impacting older clients, featuring practical skill-based sessions, updates on hot topics, and current research on law and aging-related issues. Elder law is multi-faceted, touching on diverse areas of practice including wills and estates, family law, pensions and benefits, healthcare rights, privacy law, and criminal law.
Expect sessions on topics such as mental capacity, substitute decision making, advance planning, and practical and ethical issues in terms of representation of clients with mental capacity issues. Hear from practice leaders from across the country including lawyers, medical experts, and financial sector professionals.
After taking this program, you will:
- be able to identify and address the legal issues that impact your older client
- gain familiarity with recent trends, cases, developments, and research in the law with respect to elder law topics such as long-term care, mental capacity, undue influence, independent legal advice, financial abuse, and adult protection
- understand the legal, practical, and ethical issues in relation to older clients with mental capacity and self-neglect issues
Gold Level Sponsorship
Silver Level Sponsorship
Law Society of BC CPD Hours: 14 hours (a minimum of 2 hours pertaining to professional responsibility and ethics, client care and relations, and/or practice management)
The Society of Notaries Public BC has approved this conference for 3 hours of professional development (per day).
Jan Goddard — Goddard Gamage LLP, Toronto
Hugh S. McLellan — McLellan Herbert, Vancouver
Geoffrey W. White — Geoffrey W. White Law Corporation, Counsel, Clark Wilson LLP, Kelowna & Vancouver
Register by Oct. 17/19
After Oct. 17/19
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Registration includes an electronic copy of the reference materials.
*Lunch is included both days.
Pan Pacific Vancouver has a limited number of rooms available for attendees and presenters requiring accommodation for the conference. Guests are advised to book early to guarantee their rooms.
The rate is approximately $229 per night. If you are interested, please contact the hotel directly at 1.800.663.1515 or Reservations@PanPAcificVancouver.com and give them the code: CLED1119 for the special conference rate.
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