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By CBA/ABC National Summer 2017

 

CBA rolls out child rights toolkit

The CBA has launched an online toolkit packed with information and resources to help lawyers, judges and other professionals make better decisions for children.

The CBA Child Rights Toolkit provides checklists, key cases, precedents and sample facta plus basic information on overarching principles of children’s rights, constitutional considerations, legal representation, the role of independent human rights institutions and child rights impact assessments.

It is designed to help identify breaches of legal rights and provide remedies across a broad range of practice areas from family law and child protection to immigration and education law.

The resource is a collaborative effort of 13 CBA sections led by the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child subcommittee of the Children’s Law Committee. It was funded by the CBA Law for the Future Fund, and inspired by the need to improve access to justice for children in Canada.

For more information, visit cba.org/childrights

The Canadian Bar Association (CBA): Notice Of 2017 Annual Meeting

The Annual Meeting of the Canadian Bar Association will be held at 1:00 p.m. EDT on August 17, 2017, at the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal, Quebec. Remote access will be available to all CBA members, at hub locations across Canada to be announced. Information about the agenda and meeting logistics will be posted on CBA.org, no later than July 17, 2017.

The Canadian Bar Insurance Association (CBIA): Notice Of 2017 Annual Meeting

Take notice that the 2017 Annual General Meeting of The Canadian Bar Insurance Association (CBIA) shall be held in conjunction with CBA’s Annual General Meeting in Montreal, Quebec on Thursday, August 17, 2017, at 3:30 p.m. in the Laurier Room of the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth. At that time, the Directors shall be elected, the Financial Statements and the Public Accountant’s report on the Financial Statements shall be presented, the Public Accountants for the ensuing year shall be appointed, and the remuneration of the Public Accountants shall be fixed or shall be referred to the Directors for decision.

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