Mandatory CLE requirements vary widely from province to province. We have up to date information below, but please consult your provincal law society or territorial bar for details. Where possible our CLE is accredited.
|David v Goliath No More: The Przyk Decision||Webinar||Oct 15||1.75||ON|
|The Moore Decision||Webinar||Sept 29||1.0||ON|
|Moving Your Law Practice||Webinar||Sept 15||1.0||ON|
|How to Navigate the Civil Resolution Tribunal||Webinar||Sept 2||1.0||BC|
|The Move to No-Fault Auto Insurance||Webinar||July 21||1.0||BC|
|Section 7 of the LAT ACT||Webinar||July 15||0.75||ON|
|CDL Annual Lunch: Project Happiness||Webinar||June 24||1.0||ON|
|Top Mistakes to Avoid When Dealing with Municipalities||Webinar||June 17||1.0||ON|
|Allies, Mentors, and Management||Webinar||June 10||1.5 (EDI)||ON|
|Building Your Law Practice||Webinar||May 25||1.5||ON|
|Defending Sidewalk Slips & Trips||Webinar||May 20||1.0||ON|
|17th Annual Insurance Coverage Symposium||Webinar||May 4&6||3.5||1.5||ON|
|Virtual Civil Trial: Belton v Spencer||Webinar||April 21||2||ON|
|Law Clerks Annual Program||Webinar||March 30||3.25||0.75||ON|
|Caselines Part 2||Webinar||March 10||1.0||ON|
|In House Symposium||Webinar||March 3&4||2||2.25 Prof. 0.5 EDI||ON|
|Motions to Strike Juries||Webinar||Feb 22||1.0||ON|
|Caselines Part 1||Webinar||Jan 12||1.0||ON|
|Accident Benefits Fall Classic||Webinar||Dec 3||2.25||0.75||ON|
|Diversity & Inclusion Panel Webinar||Webinar||Nov 26||1.25 (EDI)||ON, BC|
|Boot Camp 2020||Webinar||Nov 20||2.25||0.75||ON, BC|
|Fraud in the Time of Covid-19||Webinar||Nov 13||1.25||ON, BC|
|How To Build a Dominant Web Presence||Webinar||Oct 16||0.75||ON, BC|
|Getting a Handle on Trial Stress||Webinar||Sept 1||1||ON, BC, NB|
|Markham v. AIG - Duty to Defend||Webinar||July 8||1.0||ON|
|Managing the Crisis and Changes to MVA Litigation||Webinar||June 29||1.0||ON, BC|
|Girao v. Cunningham||Webinar||June 24||1.0||ON, AIC|
|Winning with Technology Webinar||Webinar||May 29||1.75||ON, BC|
|Suspension of Limitation Periods from an AB Perspective||Audioconf||May 20||0.75||ON|
|Coverage Considerations in the Time
|Webinar||April 29||1.00||ON, BC
|Suspension of Limitation Periods||Webinar||April 22||1.25||ON|
|Using Video Conferencing for Your
|Webinar||April 9||1.25||ON, BC|
|War Stories: YL series||Seminar||Toronto||March 4||1.25||ON|
|16th Insurance Coverage Symposium||Seminar||Toronto||Feb 5||5||1||ON|
AB: AB Lawyers do not have a specific CPD requirement. CDL programs receive accreditation by the Alberta Insurance Council. Click here for more information
BC: CDL is a Pre-Approved CPD Provider. Requirements: The Law Society requires that, each calendar year, all practising BC lawyers complete and report completion online of at least 12 hours of continuing professional development (CPD) in accredited educational activities. At least two of the 12 hours must pertain to any combination of professional responsibility and ethics, client care and relations, or practice management.
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NB: CDL is a Pre-Approved CPD Provider. Requirements: 12 hours per calendar year. Click here for more information
ON: Lawyers and Paralegals are required to complete a minimum of 3 Professionalism Hours (professional responsibility, ethics and/or practice management) and up to 9 Substantive Hours per calendar year. Between January 1, 2018 and December 31, 2020, lawyers and paralegals must complete a total of 3 Professionalism Hours that focus on advancing equality, diversity and inclusion in the lawyer and paralegal professions. All CDL Seminars can be applied towards 9 of the 12 hours of annual Continuing Professional Development (CPD) required by the Law Society of Ontario. Canadian Defence Lawyers has been approved as an Accredited Provider of Professionalism Content by the Law Society of Ontario.
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QC: Individual lawyers report their CPD hours personally. Requirements: 30 hours every 2 years (April 1 - March 31). Click here for more information
SK: CDL is a Pre-Approved CPD Provider. Requirements: 36 hours over 3 years with no less than 6 of those hours toward Ethics, Click here for more information
MB: A practising lawyer must complete one hour of eligible continuing professional development activites for each month in a calander year. If a lawyer maintaned active practising status for 3 or more months, one and a half hours of the total hours must relate to ethics, professional responsibility or practise management. Click here for more information.
NS: The Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society requires all practising lawyers to create an annual professional development plan and commit it to writing (see Regulation 8.3.6). Each year, lawyers will be asked to indicate on their Annual Lawyer Report whether they have prepared and written their CPD Plan and implemented their plan from the previous year. Click here for more information.
PE: All practising members of the Law Society of PEI must complete and report at least 24 hours of continuing professional development by June 30 every two years on their Form 6. See the Mandatory Continuing Development Policy and Regulations for complete information.. Click here for more information.
NF: The Law Society of Newfoundland & Labrador: Every practicing member of the Law Society is required to participate in a minimum of 15 hours of eligible Continuing Legal Education (CLE) activities annually. Click here for more information