The Path Forward: Conversations around Reconciliation
September 28, 2022 | 12:00 noon – 1:30 p.m. | Law Society Classroom
In-person or Video Webinar
Jointly presented by The Law Society of Manitoba,
The University of Manitoba, Faculty of Law and
The Manitoba Bar Association
Join the University of Manitoba’s two new Faculty of Law professors Dr. Leo Baskatawang and Dr. Daniel Diamond, along with Marc Kruse, Indigenous Legal Studies Coordinator, for a learning experience, lunch and informal discussion to follow in honour of the second annual National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. The event will begin with a traditional ceremony. The speakers will reflect on the progress we have made to date and the work that lies ahead. You will have an opportunity to ask questions and participate in small group round-table discussions and a special community lunch. The Law Society of Manitoba, the Faculty of Law and Manitoba Bar Association invite all members of the legal profession and law students to attend in-person or online.
Dr. Leo Baskatawang, Faculty of Law Professor, University of Manitoba
Dr. Daniel Diamond, Faculty of Law Professor, University of Manitoba
Marc Kruse, Indigenous Legal Studies Coordinator, University of Manitoba
This program offers 1.5 hours of CPD, all of which may be reported as EPPM (Ethics, Professionalism, Practice Management) hours.
Please note that there are limited in-person seats available and food is being ordered for in-person attendees, therefore we require 7 days notice if you are unable to attend in-person. We understand that illness may arise last minute and in those instances we ask that you please notify us as soon as you can and we can offer online attendance for health and safety reasons.
For any questions concerning registration, please contact Kirsty Hyduk at email@example.com