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• inclusive investing: respecting the rights of vulnerable investors
through supported decision making;
• financial planning negligence: financial loss avoidance and recovery
options for older clients; and
• making the most of your pension and financial decisions along the
Many panels will provide guidance on complex ethical issues touching
on abuse, neglect and self-neglect, addressing those circumstances when
we are confronted with a set of facts that makes us highly uncomfortable
and at the same time uncertain about the appropriate course of action for a
lawyer to take.
As usual, the conference will feature presenters from B.C. and beyond.
This year we have panelists from Alberta, Ontario and Australia. We will
also offer practice guidance from lawyers, medical professionals, social
workers, mediators and financial planners.
A huge thank you to our conference co-chairs, Geoffrey W. White
(Kelowna), Hugh S. McLellan (Vancouver) and Jan Goddard (Toronto).
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Would you like to be a conference sponsor? Contact Krista James, CCEL
National Director, at <email@example.com>.
Registration is now available through CLEBC at the following link:
<www.cle.bc.ca/onlinestore/productdetails.aspx?cid=1409>. You can also
view the full conference agenda on this page.
For full conference details, visit: <www.bcli.org/ccel>.
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