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Tribunals need to take action to pursue truth & reconciliation.  This webinar will help tribunal management, adjudicators, and staff understand the foundational and practical steps needed to advance an Indigenous justice framework.     

The panel will address:

  • Core values of cultural competency and cultural safety
  • The need for Indigenous persons as staff and members of tribunals
  • Recruiting, hiring, and retaining Indigenous members and staff
  • Culturally safe processes, including trauma-informed practices
  • Making space for Indigenous laws and dispute resolution mechanisms
  • Engagement with Indigenous Peoples and communities
Moderator:  Myrna McCallum, founding lawyer of Miyo Pimatisiwin Legal Services

Panelists include:
  • Hailie Bruce, Cedar and Sage Law
  • Retired Justice Harry LaForme
  • Sarah Morales, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Victoria
  • Amber Prince, Member, Sucker Creek Cree Nation, and Member, British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal
Click HERE for presenter biographies.

Registration is now open for Advancing Truth and Reconciliation in the Tribunal Context: Practical Steps. Registered participants will receive their log-in details on May 19, 2021. Simultaneous interpretation will be available.

When?
May 20, 2021, 1-4 p.m. (Eastern Time)

Cost?
CCAT Members:   $75 + applicable taxes
Non-members:      $100 + applicable taxes
Complimentary:    Students or others for whom the fee is a barrier to attendance

Cancellation?
Participants cancelling prior to May 13, 2021 receive a full refund less a $25.00 administration fee. Written notification by e-mail will be accepted. Participants cancelling after this date forfeit 100% of the registration fee, although substitutions can be made at any time.

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Registration is now closed.

Presented in French

March 12, 2021, 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. (ET) 

CCAT is pleased to announce that the next Virtual Hearings 2.0 – Taking your electronic hearing skills to the next level workshop will take place on Friday, March 12, 2021 from 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. (ET) by Zoom.  There are a limited number of spots available on a first-come, first-served basis.  Don’t delay - register today to reserve your spot!

Now that you've mastered the basics of Zoom and other virtual platforms, it’s time to build the skills you need to conduct hearings online and by phone and to do so fairly and effectively.  Even as some tribunals return to in-person hearings, it is clear that virtual hearings or hybrid processes are here to stay. In an interactive webinar led by experienced adjudicators and practitioners, we will focus both on preparing for the complex virtual hearing as well as share our best tips with participants on how to run the hearing.

Preparing for the Virtual Hearing

  • managing adjournment requests/objections to electronic hearings
  • fairness and access - ensuring all parties can meaningfully participate in the virtual hearings
  • effective case management - what you can do before the hearing to ensure efficiency, fairness, and access – checklists and lessons learned

Running a Virtual Hearing

  • How to open the hearing – tips for starting off right and what to tell the parties
  • Tricks and tips for receiving evidence electronically, including witnesses and documents
  • Dealing with the unexpected – managing issues that come up during a virtual hearing
  • Ensuring public access to the hearing
The training will be offered in a workshop format, with a mix of formal, presentations and interactive breakout sessions to discuss scenarios and challenges that occur during a hearing. Participants will reconvene following the breakouts to share key take-aways and what was learned with the larger group.

When?
Friday, March 12, 2021; 1-4 p.m. (Eastern Time)

How do I register?
This is a workshop format where participants will work together in small break out groups to discuss scenarios.  There are a limited number of spots available on a first-come, first-served basis., so Register Early.  Please note that if CCAT does not reach a minimum number of registrations, the workshop may be cancelled or postponed.  A waitlist will be created if there is demand.

Registered participants will receive their log-in details on March 11, 2021.  Don’t delay - register today to reserve your spot!  

If you would like additional information, please contact Cindy Hick.

Where will it be offered?
The workshop will be offered via Zoom.  

Cost?
CCAT Members:  $99.00 plus applicable taxes
Non-members:    $139.00 plus applicable taxes

Language?
This workshop will be conducted in French.

Cancellation?
Participants cancelling prior to March 8, 2021 receive a full refund less a $25.00 administration fee.  Written notification by e-mail will be accepted.  Participants cancelling after this date forfeit 100% of the registration fee, although substitutions can be made at any time.

Who?
This workshop is geared both to decision-makers, arbitrators and administrative judges as well as counsel who appear before Tribunals.

Presenters:

Mélanie Raymond
Member, Immigration Appeal Division, Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada

 

Marie-Claude Perrault
Member, Federal Public Sector Labour Relations and Employment Board

Karine Pelletier
Vice-Chairperson, Manitoba Labour Board

  

Click HERE for presenter bios.


2019 ended with a bang when the Supreme Court issued its decisions in Vavilov and Bell/NFL. For a while Vavilov was all we could talk about. Then Covid-19 locked us down and administrative tribunals responded. Time for a virtual check in and catch up!

Join Michelle Flaherty, Margaret Leighton, Joseph Cheng and David Wright for a fast paced review of the evolving Covid-related caselaw, our world post-Vavilov and other decisions of interest to adjudicators and members of the administrative law community.

Click HERE to access the webinar presentations. 

Moderator and Presenter:  David Wright, Chair, Law Society Tribunal (Ontario)


Presenters:

Michelle Flaherty
Arbitrator and Mediator

Margaret Leighton
Law Society Tribunal (Ontario)

Joseph Cheng
National Litigation Sector, Department of Justice Canada

   

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COVID-19 has been a catalyst for long overdue change in courts and in administrative Tribunals.  Judges and adjudicators around the world have had no choice but to think about ways of delivering justice differently.  Join our panel of Tribunal Chairs for a dynamic discussion about disrupting the old normal and putting users at the heart of our systems of administrative law.

Moderator:  Jennifer Khurana, Vice-Chairperson, Canadian Human Rights Tribunal

Panelists:

Ian Darling
Chair, Condominium Authority Tribunal (ON)
Paul Aterman
Chairperson, Social Security Tribunal of Canada 
  

Click here for presenter biographies.

Click here to access the recording of this webinar.