Registration starts from April 2020
No pre registration or membrship required
Member Responsiblity: Continuing Professional or Legal Education (CLE)/Continuing Professional Development (CPD) requirements and obligations for legal professionals and other regulatory professionals vary in each Canadian province. Please refer to the information and respective law society or regulatory body's website for further information and regulations.
Digital seminars are delivered LIVE online with the latest webinar technology, allowing you to connect to the speaker and your fellow attendees for an immersive, interactive learning experience. Our LIVE online sessions are also recorded and are available as a recorded video for convenient viewing.
Registration: (Please read the following and apply)
C.D.E.S. regsitration process is very simple;
No Pre-registration or membership required for C.D.E.S. Seminars and Courses. Your online profile for record keeping purpose is automatically created during your first registration. You may access your profile 24/7 online any time after that.
We do not accept registration or fee payments at the door. All registration and fee payment process is completed online via our web.
C.D.E.S. reserves the right to close registrations with or without notice, at which point the registration form will be closed.
If you are a licensed professional in Canada, please have your professional registration number (i.e. CPA, LSO, LSBC or other regulatory ID), (if applicable), and your credit card ready in order to complete your registration.
Your registration is confirmed instantly via email once you have successfully completed and submitted your registration and payment for a selected course or program. Note: it is registrant’s responsibility to provide C.D.E.S. with his/her accurate contact and registration details.
C.D.E.S. is not responsible if the registrant provides incorrect registration information.
Lawyers and paralegals are required to complete a total of 12 hours of CPD annually, three hours on topics pertaining to ethics, professionalism and/or practice management that are accredited by the law society and nine hours of substantive law (which can be fulfilled in a variety of ways including attending seminars on legal topics, mentoring lawyers and students, teaching, and writing and editing books). For further information, please visit The Law Society of Ontario website.
The CPD reporting requirement is based on the calendar year, commencing January 1. Lawyers must complete at least 12 hours of CPD in accredited educational activities each year, including no less than two hours on topics pertaining to any combination of professional responsibility and ethics, client care and relations, and practice management. For further information, please visit The Law Society of British Columbia website.
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