2022 In-House Counsel Bootcamp
Are you new to in-house counsel or plan to move into the profession? Or do you need a refresher on key areas where in-house counsel play a role? Build your knowledge and be confident in your skills with the CCCA’s five-part In-House Counsel Bootcamp.
Given this unprecedented time and the overwhelming popularity of the program, we are pleased to offer the program online, in collaboration with Lex Mundi and its partner firms across Canada. Learn about best practices and common pitfalls related to privacy and compliance, human resources, litigation, ESG and common contract clauses contracts from the comfort of your desk.
Register for each module individually or take advantage of bundle pricing for all five modules and receive a certificate of completion. You will have the option of joining the sessions live each week to interact with the speakers or viewing the recordings at your convenience.
Participants will also have access to the 2021 In-House Counsel Bootcamp recordings, which include the additional topics of ethics, corporate governance, contract drafting fundamentals.
- For the series: $200 for members; $300 for non-members
- Per webinar: $50 for members; $100 for non-members
If you experience any trouble registering, please email CLE@ccca-cba.org for assistance.
|IN-HOUSE COUNSEL BOOTCAMP: WEBINAR SERIES (bundle)
||Feb 8, 2022 – Mar 8, 2022
|Privacy and Compliance: What You Need to Know
||Feb 8, 2022: 12pm – 1pm ET
|Employment Law and HR Essentials
||Feb 15, 2022: 12pm – 1pm ET
|Managing Litigation: The In-House Counsel Role
||Feb 22, 2022: 12pm – 1pm ET
|ESG: What You Need to Know When You Aren’t the Decision Maker
||Mar 1, 2022: 12pm – 1pm ET
|Drafting, Reviewing and Managing Common Clauses
||Mar 8, 2022: 12pm – 1pm ET
Privacy and Compliance: What You Need to Know
February 8, 2022 | 12 pm to 1 pm (ET)
Newer in-house counsel often have little exposure to privacy matters before moving to a legal department, but according to our members, their responsibilities frequently include privacy compliance. To avoid critical errors when it comes to the privacy rights of your clients, customers and employees, attend this session to learn how to comply with the law and protect your company.
Employment Law and HR Essentials
February 15, 2022 | 12 pm to 1 pm (ET)
Employment law is one of the most challenging areas of law for any sized legal department. Our members have previously reported employment law and human resource issues often consume the majority of their time, and the last two years have seen a multitude of new questions that now need to be grappled with as well. Join us for this session to discuss common and emerging employment, health and safety and HR situations, examine critical areas of concern, and discuss strategies to help manage the HR function effectively.
Managing Litigation: The In-House Counsel Role
February 22, 2022 | 12 pm to 1 pm (ET)
Whether you had litigation experience or not prior to joining an in-house team, your role will likely look very different now as the client. Attend this session to look at the role of in-house as the client and manager of a litigation file, and learn how to best work with your outside legal team to get the results you are looking for.
ESG: What You Need to Know When You Aren’t the Decision Maker
March 1, 2022 | 12 pm to 1 pm (ET)
ESG has become the new hot topic, but you might be wondering how it applies to your day to day when you are not necessarily be the ultimate decision maker. Policies may be set at the board table or by head office located in the U.S., far removed from your purview. Regardless, it is essential that all in-house counsel understand what ESG is, consider the key considerations and implications, and know how you can add value to your organization in insight and implementation. Join us to find out.
Drafting, Reviewing and Managing Common Clauses
March 8, 2022 | 12 pm to 1 pm (ET)
Drafting contracts, agreements and other corporate documents is a significant element of in-house practice, which you must know how to perform well to be successful. But that is just one part. In-house counsel must also fully understand the business goals of their client to ensure the objective and intent are properly implemented, managed and reviewed. Attend this session for a practical look at the most common clauses and issues all in-house counsel need to manage.
- Kevin Wentzel, CIC.C, Corporate Counsel, VMware
- (Speaker coming soon, Farris LLP)