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Wednesday, November 27, 2013

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Evaluating Progress on Your 2013 CPD Plan

The annual planning and implementation of a Continuing Professional Development Plan is part of your professional responsibility as a lawyer, and a requirement of the Rules of the Law Society of Alberta. As the year’s end approaches, now is a good time to make sure you are on track to accomplish the activities and goals you set in your 2013 CPD Plan.

Start by reviewing your professional development goals, and evaluating the steps and activities you have taken so far in the implementation of your CPD Plan. What parts of your plan have you accomplished? What more needs to be done? Most importantly, how have your CPD activities in 2013 enhanced your competence as a lawyer and improved the legal services you provide?

If you made and declared your 2013 CPD Plan online, you can revisit to review your plan and update your CPD profile.

The annual CPD Plan declaration cycle for 2014 will begin on January 1 and declarations will be due on or before March 15, 2014.

If you have questions regarding the CPD program, please visit our website or 403-229-4766 (1-800-661-9003 toll free).


Citation of Authorities

This Notice to the Profession clarifies and recommends the practice and procedure for the citation of authorities and applies to all proceedings at the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench.

Click here to view the PDF copy of the Citation of Authorities.


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