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THE ADVOCATE V O L . 7 5 P A R T 6 N O V E M B E R 2 0 1 7 865 Join us for a riveting discussion led by two of the counsel on Schrenk— David G. Wong of Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP (counsel for Mr. Schrenk) and Katherine Hardie (counsel for the Tribunal)—on the implications of this case in the modern world, in which workplaces have become more complex and employment relationships may not fall neatly into traditional categories. For more information or to register for Human Rights Law Conference 2017, please call CLEBC customer service at 604-893-2121 or visit <www.cle.bc.ca/1419> today. LAST KICK AT THE CAN: DECEMBER 2017 REBROADCASTS Still looking to earn your CPD credits before the end of the year? No fear, “Last Kick at the Can” is here! If you have not yet completed your CPD requirements for 2017, take advantage of our “Last Kick at the Can” rebroadcast series. This year, from December 4 to 20, we will be rebroadcasting some of our most popular courses from the past year. Accessible from your home or office, you will be able to listen to course speakers and discussions you may have missed, while interacting in real time with your fellow registrants. Whether you are looking for a one-hour course or a full-day conference to suit your CPD needs, we have you covered. Some of our featured rebroadcasts include: • Cannabis Marijuana: Current Issues in Legalization and Regulation (December 5) • Introducing Evidence at Trial 2017 (December 6) • 11th Biennial Family Law Conference 2017 (December 11 –12) For more information or to register for a “Last Kick at the Can” rebroadcast, please call CLEBC customer service at 604-893-2121 or visit <www.cle.bc.ca/lastkick> today. t t t t t


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