Public Sector Lawyering: Ethical Frameworks for Practice Within the Legislative, Executive and Judicial Branches of Government
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS PROGRAM WILL BE DELIVERED IN ENGLISH. SIMULTANEOUS INTERPRETATION IN FRENCH WILL BE AVAILABLE.
Public sector lawyers play an essential role in upholding the rule of law as applied in our constitutional democracy. These lawyers work in the public interest in the institutional settings of the legislative, executive and judicial branches of government at federal, provincial and territorial levels. Public sector lawyers must adhere to their professional code of conduct, as well as public law and public service duties and constitutional principles.
Join us for a two-part series on the legal and ethical framework as well as the practice of public sector lawyering – these sessions are not to be missed! Our faculty will share valuable insights from their experience in the legislative, judicial, and executive branches of government, each with their own constitutional distinctions.
This series is free for CCCA/CBA members, and $50 per webinar for non-members.
This PDF contains the accreditation information for this series.
Click on the link below to register. For group registration and invoicing, or if you need assiatance, please email CLE@ccca-cba.org.
Series Chair: Elizabeth Sanderson, former senior Justice Canada and Justice Nunavut lawyer and former sessional law professor at the University of Ottawa
Shalene Curtis-Micallef, Deputy Minister of Justice and Deputy Attorney General of Canada
Eric Boucher, Senior Lawyer, Office of the Attorney General, New Brunswick
Steven Chaplin, Fellow uOttawa Public Law Centre and former Senior Parliamentary Counsel for the House of Commons
Adam Dodek, Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa
Barbara Kincaid, General Counsel, Supreme Court of Canada