14th Annual Family Law Summit Webcast!

The 14th Annual Family Law Summit (originally set to occur on March 26th-27th, 2020 prior to the implementation of COVID-19 restrictions) has been rescheduled! The program will now take place via webcast only on Thursday, October 1st, 2020 from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM.

Although the LSO has reduced the original registration price of the event, once again, the FLA is offering an additional group discount rate for MEMBERS ONLY!

To enjoy a 50% off discount with the FLA Group, please send us your:

– First and last name
– Email address
– LSUC number
– Payment of $183.63 (includes taxes)

Payments methods include:

e-Transfer to flaoevents@gmail.com (use password FLAO)

OR

Send cheque to
Family Lawyers Association
c/o Mary Reilly
2324 Danforth Ave.
Toronto, Ontario, M4C 1K7

The deadline for FLA group registration and payment is Thursday, September 10th, 2020.

Program Description
How is your family law practice faring in these new times? Every family law practitioner is adjusting to the “new normal” and our presenters can help you find a path forward. You have clients who are experiencing stressful times themselves which is reflected in the issues they present to you: managing high conflict personalities, dealing with spousal support and property disputes and a myriad of other issues, both expected and unexpected. The 14th Family Law Summit helps you cope. We offer an opportunity to hear about a diverse range of topics that have been curated to meet the needs of family law practitioners today.

• Hear about reforms to the parenting provisions of the Divorce Act
• Learn practical approaches to better communicate with your clients in a virtual environment
• Be aware of the advantages and drawbacks of technology within family law practice

CPD Hours include:

4 hrs 30 mins Substantive
1 hr 50 mins Professionalism
10 min EDI Professionalism

For more information on the webcast event, please visit: https://store.lso.ca/14th-family-law-summit?utm_campaign=Fall20-E1-FA1001&utm_medium=email&utm_source=envoke.