OTLA 2019 Annual Fall Conference
McLeish Orlando is proud to have two lawyers presenting at the OTLA 2019 Annual Fall Conference on October 25, 2019.
Attendees will be able to gain valuable knowledge from presentations in the following available Conference Tracks:
- Medical Malpractice
- Vulnerable Road Users
- Intentional Torts
- Simplified Procedure
- Law Clerks
As a part of the Concurrent Tracks – Vulnerable Road Users, McLeish Orlando Partner, Patrick Brown, will be presenting ‘Battling Bias in Bike Crash Cases. Cops, Judges, Juries – Top Five Pointers’ and McLeish Orlando Lawyer, Michael Warfe, will be presenting ‘Helmets and the Law: Implications of Helmets in Bike Crash Cases’.
Conference registration also includes:
- Conference materials from all tracks
- Two free webinars
- Valuable networking opportunities
Conference Planning Committee: Gary Will, Laura Hillyer, Patrick Brown, Simona Jellinek, Jennifer Bezaire & Ryan Breedon
This organization has been approved as an Accredited Provider of Professionalism Content by The Law Society of Ontario.
This program contains 0.5 Professionalism Hours.
This program is eligible for up to 4.5 Substantive Hours.
This program contains 1.0 Professionalism Hour.
Pre-recorded Webinars (self reported):
This program contains 1.25 EDI Professionalism Hours.
This program is eligible for up to 1.25 Substantive Hours.
This program qualifies for the 2020 LawPro Risk Management Premium Credit
OTLA is required by the LSO to keep attendance records for all of our conferences and we do so by tracking that you have picked up your badge and materials. Without doing so, CPD credits cannot be awarded. OTLA and licensed members may, at any time, be subject to a LSO audit for CPD credits.
All fees subject to HST #R129967998
$575.00 – 2016 call or earlier
$450.00 – 2017, 2018 & 2019 call
$250.00 – Articling Student
$250.00 – Law Clerks & Paralegals
$55.00 – Law Students