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Guidelines for Better Legal Workshops: Best Practices for Effective PLE Presentations

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In this session, experienced PLE professionals from the Ontario Justice Education Network will walk through their Guidelines for Better Legal Workshops, adding practical advice, teaching strategies, useful resources and handouts, and other insights.

 

 

Public legal education (PLE) is an important part of access to justice. In this session, experienced PLE professionals from the Ontario Justice Education Network will walk through their Guidelines for Better Legal Workshops, adding practical advice, teaching strategies, useful resources and handouts, and other insights. Join us to strengthen your legal presentations and workshops with best practices in PLE. 

This session is designed for legal professionals (including lawyers, paralegals, and others) and legal professionals-in-training (eg. law students). It is co-presented by the Ontario Justice Education Network (OJEN) and the Public Legal Education Association of Canada (PLEAC) and is available to a national audience. 

Hosted by Hanna Kaploun, Project Co-ordinator, PLEAC


With speakers: 
Jessica Reekie, Executive Director, OJEN
Michelle Thompson, Director of Capacity Building and Engagement, OJEN
Enisoné Kadiri, Acting Director of Outreach Programs, OJEN

 

Webinar:

Online links and dial in details will be provided after you register.

* Please note this webinar will be recorded.*

Registration is limited and offered on a first come first served basis.

 

DEADLINE for registration is October 28th at 1:00 pm.

When
October 28th, 2021 2:00 PM through  3:30 PM

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