When: Wed Apr 6, 2016Time: 12 p.m. – 1pm PST Cost $129.95 CPD Credits: 1
Tips and hints for personal injury lawyers, paralegals, and administrative assistants!
Join industry authorities from Dye & Durham, LexisNexis Canada Inc. and Slater Vecchio LLP, and receive an overview of personal injury cases, OCI’s, practice directions and legislative updates. Key lessons surrounding expert evidence will also be discussed. Find out about innovative tools designed to help you quickly file your documents acurrately in half the time.
Laurelly Dale, Director of Content Development Canada Litigation, LexisNexis Canada Inc.Laurelly has over 14 years’ of experience in the legal industry. As Director of Content Development throughout Canada for Litigation, Laurelly is involved in the development of Areas of Practice and Practice Advisor. Laurelly began her career as a criminal litigator working for the now Honourable Justice David Gibson of the Ontario Court of Justice. She was in-house counsel at Dye & Durham and also managed the company’s Court Registry Services division. Most recently, Laurelly served as a litigation unit manager at the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia and part-time criminology instructor at Kwantlen Polytechnic University.
Todd Lucyk: Slater Vecchio LLPPersonal Injury Associate at Slater Vecchio. Juris Doctorate achieved from University of Saskatchewan. Member of Law Society BC and TLABC.
Anne Amos-Stewart, Manager Court Registry Support Services and In-House Counsel, Dye & Durham CorporationAnne Amos-Stewart acts as in-house counsel, and manages Dye & Durham’s Court Registry Support Services division. Prior to joining Dye & Durham, Anne practiced civil litigation at Bull Housser & Tupper LLP, a large firm in downtown Vancouver. Anne has appeared at all levels of court in British Columbia, as well as the Supreme Court of Canada. She is a published legal author, and a member of the Executive Committee of the Canadian Bar Association (BC) Young Lawyers Lower Mainland Section. Anne was the winner of the gold medal for the highest standing in her law school class.