Register today for UVic Law's next CPD seminar on Dec. 4

Thursday, December 4, 2014
4:00 – 6:00 p.m.

 Professional Responsibility in Dispute Resolution: Challenging Legal Ethics Issues in Mediation and Negotiation

**Approved for Continuing Professional Development Credits**

University of Victoria, Faculty of Law

As Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) increases in prominence in Canada, critical and complex ethical and professional conduct dilemmas relating to the field are challenging the legal profession and policy makers. UVic Law will host a two-hour workshop and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) course with senior counsel and academics on best practices for identifying and responding to these practical ethical challenges. The workshop will be highly participatory and provide opportunities for hands-on work with several realistic fact patterns.


Mary E. Mouat, QC – Lawyer at Quadra Legal Centre and past Chair of the Victoria Alternative Dispute Resolution Section with expertise in family law.

Eugene Raponi, QC – Lawyer at Waddell Raponi with speciality in dispute resolution, mediation and family law.

Professor Andrew Pirie – Legal expert whose teaching interests focus on alternative dispute resolution, legal ethics and professionalism.

 Library Room 265, Fraser Building, University of Victoria
Cost: $157.50
**If the amount of the fee is a barrier to you attending, please let us know**


 Register online by Wednesday, December 3. For more information, contact Margaret Suderman, Communications Officer, by e-mail () or by telephone (250.721.8166)