In the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and for the duration of the Declaration of Emergency, the Frontenac Law Association (FLA) is announcing an initiative for local frontline and essential service workers with respect to obtaining wills and power of attorney documents at a “pay what you can afford” fee with a participating local lawyer.
It is the belief of the FLA Executive that this “pay what you can afford” will and power of attorney initiative will assist the public in this time of stress and need.
Members of the public who are frontline and essential service workers who wish to have wills or power of attorney documents completed should contact a lawyer participating in this initiative listed below.
Those with questions should contact FLA President, Warren WhiteKnight, at 613 384 5886 or firstname.lastname@example.org
February 1-4, 2021
The National Association of Bar Executives (NABE) and the National Conference of Bar Presidents (NCBP) are coming together again to provide bar association officers and professional staff another virtual, educational experience. Please join us for the 2021 NABE & NCBP Virtual Midyear Meeting - Facing the Future Together! This exciting opportunity is scheduled for February 1-4, 2021. Together, NABE and NCBP are enhancing programming and networking in an online space that will allow you to connect with your peers. The meeting will include a variety of plenaries, breakout sessions and even more time to socialize with attendees, speakers and sponsors.
Date: Wednesday, February 3rd, 2021 - 3:00pm - 4:00pm EST
The Canadian Virtual Lawyers Conference hosts live sessions from industry speakers, and gives attendees networking opportunities! Visit different stages, sessions, and expo booths. Interact with speakers and other attendees. It's a live event experience - virtually.
FREE FOR LAWYERS!
SAVE THE DATE: March 9 and March 10, 2021
Afternoons 1:30pm-4:30pm | Virtual Forum Hosted Via Zoom
Join the Human Services And Justice Coordinating Committees (HSJCCs) for a two-day virtual forum bringing together professionals from across the mental health, addictions and justice sectors working in specialized courts, with a focus on mental health and drug treatment courts. Participants will share experiences, discuss promising practices, including key considerations for specialized courts during COVID-19, and collaborate on ways to improve supports for justice-involved individuals with mental health, addictions and other complex needs.
This forum is intended for judges, lawyers, court support workers, service providers, policy makers and persons with lived experience of specialized courts.
Honoraria for persons with lived experience of these courts will be provided.
Registration details and coming. For more information, contact: Candace Vena, HSJCC Project Manager email@example.com