The human mind is deeply mysterious, but your psych evidence at trial had better not be!
On the rebroadcast date, you will have until midnight of that rebroadcast date to access the course. Please note that technical support will be available during regular CLEBC business hours.
Last Kick at the Can Series 2023
Thursday, December 14, 2023
Friday, December 22, 2023
(Original Webinar Date: May 24, 2023)
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Who should attend: Civil litigation counsel, personal injury counsel, and insurance counsel (both plaintiff and defence). Lawyers practicing in the area of workers compensation law, employment law, and family law will also find this program valuable.
Learning level: Fundamental/Intermediate
Psychological and psychiatric injuries can give rise to some of the most complex and challenging expert evidence that can emerge in civil litigation. Such injuries occur in a wide range of circumstances: from motor vehicle and other accidents, to assaults, to toxic work environments, to medical malpractice, to name but a few.
Claims for psychological and psychiatric injury routinely give rise to complex issues of proof: issues relating to legal and scientific causation, foreseeability, diagnosis, and prognosis.
This comprehensive one-day program is designed to bring litigation counsel quickly up to speed on psychological, psychiatric, and neuropsychological evidence and the theoretical and practical issues surrounding the utilization of such evidence in civil claims.
Law Society of BC CPD Hours: 6 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.
David Eleff — Sugden, McFee & Roos LLP, Vancouver
Dianna Hwang — Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP, Vancouver
Michael D. Shirreff — Sugden, McFee & Roos LLP, Vancouver
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