The Trial Lawyer’s Association of British Columbia is offering another “Webinar Wednesday” called “So You’re New to the Bar… Tips & Tactics to Survive The End of Law School and The Beginning of Articling.”
The program is designed to answer common questions that law and articling students have about the articling process. It will cover such practical issues as chamber practice and what law firms to look for and what is expected of an articling student. The program is based on actual questions asked by real law students and will cover the day-to-day aspects of articling that every student needs to know.
Cheryl D’Sa is the speaker for this Webinar. Ms. D’Sa is an experienced personal injury litigator, practicing at Narwarl Litigation in Vancouver. She is also a mentor to law students through the CBABC Mentorship program. She has held appointments to the CBABC Scholarship Task Force and the CBABC Annual Conference Committee. Ms. D’Sa is currently on the executive of the General Practice, Solo & Small Firm Section of the CBABC.
This course will take place on Wednesday, May 14 from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. It counts as 1 CPD credit.