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Weapons in Chambers

Ken Proudman - Barr Picard Law (Alberta)

Hosted by ACTLA in Edmonton from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm on March 12, 2020

Myself and Chelsea Batten and Mark Lancaster and Moe Hannah LLP are speaking at this seminar, giving it a slight family law angle, so I thought I'd share.

Gain insights on recent case law and tips and tricks to help you better prepare for your next chambers application. This is a practice oriented seminar for people looking to sharpen their advocacy skills and gain the tools necessary to manage the myriad of issues that can come up in chambers matters.

Faculty & Agenda:

Summary Judgment (Kyle Kawanami of Emery Jemieson LLP)

Most common questions for the Court Clerk (TBA)

Update on Costs - in Law and Practice (Mikkel Amston and Anthony Purgas of RMRF)

Evidence in Chambers (Walter W Kubitz, QC of Kubitz & Company)

Hitting your Mark -
Advocacy in Chambers (Ken Proudman of Barr picard Law and Chelsea Batten & Mark Lancaster of Moe Hannah LLP)

Summary Trials (the Honourable Justice R.A. Jerke)

Do's and Don'ts of Chambers - Feedback from a Master (Master Robertson, QC and Master Summers).

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