Cap Paralegal Program Sets a High Bar (Nov 2015)
The Law Society has approved Capilano U's new CE civil litigation course designed and taught by Deb Jamison, and is giving 6 hours of professional development (PD) credit for it towards the 12 hours of annual required PD. For more information on the course see Civil Litigation Procedures (Capilano U) and Civil Litigation Procedures (Law Society). (Nov 2013)
Robert Diab, a faculty member at Capilano U, recently had his book, Guatanamo North, published. In November, Robert will be speaking at a panel discussion at UBC defending his position in the book that Canada's anti-terrorism laws go too far. Ian Mulgrew of the Vancouver Sun will be one of the panelists.
Robert has recently been quoted by the Canadian Press in the context of the first guilty verdict under the anti-terrorism legislation just handed down. See Canadian Press: first guilty verdict under anti-terrorism legislation
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as published in The Scrivener - published quarterly by The Society of Notaries Public of British Columbia
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