BEGIN:VCALENDAR PRODID:-//Schulich School of Law//Events Calendar//EN VERSION:2.0 CALSCALE:GREGORIAN BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20230923T005704Z DTSTART:20230614T113000Z DTEND:20230614T200000Z SUMMARY:2023 Crown Law Symposium - Day 2 DESCRIPTION:Supported by the Nova Scotia Department of Justice\nJune 13-14\, 2023\nPROGRAM\, DAY 2\n8:45AM\, GOVERNMENT LAWYERS & LEGAL ETHICS: Embracing Complexity While Maintaining Responsibility\nAndrew F. Martin | Professor\, Schulich School of Law\n10:00 AM\, BREAK\n10:15 AM\, EFFECTIVE WRITTEN ADVOCACY\nJustice Frances Knickle | Court of Appeal\, Newfoundland and Labrador\nChris Rupar | Chief General Counsel | Dept. of Justice (Canada)\n11:30 AM\, RECENT SIGNIFICANT CASES: Part 2 of 2\nMeghan Hughes | Director\, Legal Services\, AG PEI\nSheldon Choo | Lawyer\, AG NB\nChris Whibbs | Counsel\, AG NS\nEugene Chao | Counsel\, NL\n12:15 PM\, LUNCH\n1:15 PM\, ADMINISTRATIVE LAW: Noteworthy Developments\nSara Blake | Author\, Administrative Law in Canada\, 7th ed.\nDiana Ginn | Professor\, Schulich School of Law\n2:30 PM\, INDIGENOUS RIGHTS\, THE CROWN AND PUBLIC SECTOR LAWYERS\nThe Hon. Harry LaForme | Senior Counsel\, Olthuis Kleer Townshend LLP\nJustice Sébastien Grammond | Federal Court of Canada\n3:30PM\, BREAK\n3:45PM\, THE VIEW FROM THE BENCH\nChief Justice Tracey Clements | Supreme Court of Prince Edward Island\nJustice Ann Smith | Supreme Court of Nova Scotia\nJustice Joel Fichaud | Nova Scotia Court of Appeal\n4:55 PM\, CLOSING REMARKS\n\nCost: In-person attendance: $60/day\, includes lunch and refreshments\nVirtual attendance: Free\n\nAdditional Information: Pre-register online\nDeadline for in-person attendance: June 2\nDeadline for virtual attendance: June 8  \n\nContact Information: LOCATION:This is a hybrid event. It will take place virtually\, as well as in the Weldon Law Building. URL: UID: END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR