Alberta - Accreditation

2017 CCCA National Conference 
Law Society of Alberta

The Law Society of Alberta requires all members to complete an Annual CPD plan.  The Law Society of Alberta does not require programming to be accredited.  It is the responsibility of each member to 
determine whether the program is relevant to their own practice.  If determined relevant, please consider adding the time spent at this conference to your Annual CPD.




  Spring Training Camp 6.25
101 Cover Me:  Transforming Your Coverage in a Changing World  1.5
102 In-house Counsel: Guardians of the Safe Workspace 1.5
103 Tinkering is Not Enough: Why, Where and How to Innovate in Law Department Management  1.5
201 Get Smart: Conquering CASL and the New Private Right of Action 1.5
202 Virtual Workplaces:  Is FaceTime® the New Face Time? 1.5
203 Of Innovation and Icebergs: Navigating the Growing Influence of In-House Departments 1.5
301 Tomorrow Never Dies: Demystifying Crisis Management 1.5
302 The Good Shepherd:  Managing Executive Recruitment and Departures 1.5
303 Risky Business: A Fresh Look at Compliance 1.5
401 The Industry Reloaded:  4.0 Skills for the 4.0 Future 1.5
402 The Knowledge Matrix: Standards and Practice for Performance with Integrity  1.5
403 A Board’s-Eye View: What Does Your Board Want From You 1.5




Canada on the World Stage 1.0
Lawyers Telling Stories: New Communication Approaches For Better Business Outcomes  1.0
Are Major Changes Ahead in Canada-US Relations? Trump, Trudeau and the Agents of Change  1.0
Legal Innovations:  More Than Ideas 1.0