Category: Panels and Speaking Engagements

CJFE and St. Lawrence Barristers To Host Panel on Engaging the Media

Canadian Journalists for Free Expression and St. Lawrence Barristers are excited to host the upcoming panel Engaging the Media in Your Client’s Interests. Panelists will lead a discussion among lawyers and journalists about press attention to legal cases. The panel will take place on September 27, 2018 at 5:30pm at The Albany Club. For more […]
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Alexi Wood Asked to Sit on the International Advisory Council for the University of Cincinnati College of Law

Alexi Wood is pleased to announce that she has been asked to sit on the newly created International Advisory Council for the University of Cincinnati College of Law. The International Advisory Council will guide the Law School in the implementation and expansion of its international programs, including the Law School’s international LLM program.
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Phil Tunley Recognized for 20 Years of Service at the Intensive Trial Advocacy Workshop

This week, Phil Tunley was recognized for his 20th year as an instructor at the Intensive Trial Advocacy Workshop run by Osgoode Professional Development. Alexi Wood was pleased to attend as a guest presenter. Now in its 39th year, the Intensive Trial Advocacy Workshop is Canada’s preeminent trial advocacy skills program, bringing together an exceptional group […]
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Alexi Wood and Jennifer Saville Consult on Issue of Curium Magazine

Alexi Wood and Jennifer Saville were pleased to be consulted for the July-August issue of Curium, a French magazine with a target audience of teenagers 14-17 years old. The Quebec magazine discusses issues directly affecting teenagers, including technology, environmental issues, international news, and science. The July-August issue focuses on teenage sexuality in the age of the […]
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Phil Tunley Presents at 14th Annual Energy Regulation Course

Today, Phil Tunley is in Kingston, Ontario presenting at the annual week-long Energy Regulation Course run by the Canadian Association of Members of Public Utility Tribunals (“CAMPUT”). Phil is presenting on the important, and ever-evolving, subject of “Expert Opinion Evidence”. The Energy Regulation Course, now in its 14th year, is a highly-regarded course, covering all aspects […]
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Alexi Wood Moderates Panel “Addressing Sexual Harassment in the Entertainment Industry”

Alexi Wood moderates panel “Addressing Sexual Harassment in the Entertainment Industry” organized by the Ontario Bar Association’s Entertainment, Media & Communication Law, and Labour and Employment Law sections. The speakers Jane Angel (Canadian Film Centre), Stuart Rudner (Rudner Law) and Victoria Shen (ACTRA Toronto) discuss how to address sexual harassment allegations in the entertainment industry, including: […]
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Phil Tunley Provides Training to the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal

Phil Tunley was pleased to participate as a member of the faculty assembled by The Advocates’ Society to provide in-house training to members of the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (“LPAT”).  Under recently-enacted legislation, members presiding at the hearing of appeals to LPAT from planning decisions made by municipalities have new powers and responsibilities regarding the […]
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Alexi Wood to Discuss Summary Judgment Motions at Advocates’ Society’s Program

Tomorrow, Alexi Wood will present on summary judgment motions during the Advocates’ Society’s program on Summary Judgment Motions. Attend in person or through the webcast to have all your pressing questions answered about summary judgment motions and its implications for your practice. Lawyers will gain practical tips and strategies on how to prepare for, argue […]
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Alexi Wood Presents at Advanced Roundtable on Ethics in Litigation

Alexi Wood is pleased to be presenting at the Law Society of Ontario’s Advanced Roundtable on Ethics in Litigation, chaired by Gavin MacKenzie and Brooke MacKenzie. Participants will draw on the experiences of colleagues in this frank, engaging roundtable discussion that dives deep into many pressing ethical questions. How compelling does expert evidence have to […]
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Phil Tunley to Co-Chair The Advocates’ Society’s annual Administrative Tribunal Advocacy Workshop

Phil Tunley will Co-Chair The Advocates’ Society’s annual Administrative Tribunal Advocacy Workshop. Tunley will give a presentation on “Evidence in Administrative Proceedings” and moderate the panel discussion “View from the Adjudicators/Decision-Makers”, featuring the Honourable Madam Justice Freya Kristjanson (Ontario Superior Court of Justice), Susan Opler (Ombudsman for the City of Toronto), and David Wright (Chair, […]
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