HSH Associate Meghan Hull Jacquin is one of the faculty members speaking at the upcoming Advocates Society event on Friday, May 25, 2018.
This session is of interest to lawyers. Attend this program and have all your pressing questions answered about summary judgment motions and its implications for your practice. Gain practical tips and strategies on how to prepare for, argue and oppose a summary judgment motion.
Gain practical tips and strategies on how to prepare for, argue and oppose a summary judgment motion.
Register for the morning only featuring presentations and demonstrations by judges and leading practitioners, or stay for the afternoon skills workshop where you will get the unique opportunity to argue a mock summary judgment motion in a safe learning environment and receive constructive feedback from the Society’s trained faculty. Advance preparation is required for the afternoon skills workshop.
- Date: Friday, May 25
- Time: 9:00 – 4:30
In Person: The Advocates’ Society Education Centre, 2700-250 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON
Webcast: The event is also available by webcast.
- Registration: Link to Register
About the Advocates’ Society
Robust, effective advocacy. It’s what The Advocates’ Society has been promoting since its inception in 1963. For more than 50 years, they have been a trusted resource for thousands of advocates across Canada who want to learn, teach, connect and best serve their clients and the justice system. Advocacy. As the voice of advocates, The Advocates‘ Society takes a stand on law and policy by intervening in court cases that impact the profession, and by making submissions on legislation and policy.
Visit the Advocates Socity website for more information.