New year, new immigration issues. Join us for your annual update!
(Original Live Webinar Date: December 3, 2021)
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Who should attend: Lawyers practicing immigration law. This course may also be of interest to lawyers practicing criminal law and lawyers practicing administrative law.
Learning level: Intermediate/Advanced
Immigration is always topical and the subject of constant political scrutiny and review. As a result, there are frequent changes to the law, policy, and practice that demand continuous learning by immigration practitioners like you.
Join us for our annual in-depth discussions of the most significant developments in immigration law, policy, and practice over the past year, and look ahead with your colleagues to some of the critical emerging issues.
Practical and relevant, this course will provide you with current ideas and strategies to navigate the labyrinth of laws, policies, and procedures involved in the ever-evolving practice of immigration law.
Join us and be confident in your command of immigration law.
After taking this program, you will:
- understand the changes and developments in immigration law and administrative law over the past year
- gain knowledge of federal court practice developments
- be up to date on representative class actions
- understand international law in the immigration context
Law Society of BC CPD Hours: 5 hours (this course will contain a minimum of 1 hour pertaining to professional responsibility and ethics, client care and relations, and/or practice management). Please note: The CPD hours of the rebroadcast will either meet or exceed the CPD hours of the original live webinar course.
Brett J. Nash — Department of Justice Canada, Vancouver
Erica Olmstead — Edelmann & Co. Law Offices, Vancouver
Kim Sutcliffe — Department of Justice Canada, Vancouver
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