Webinar – Objections Cheat Sheet (CPD 292)

The ability to quickly object to an improper question at a questioning or trial is an important skill for any litigator to have. An Objections Cheat Sheet is meant to summarize the grounds and rationale for the most common objections and their accompanying exceptions.

Created by the litigation team at Robertson Stromberg LLP, the Cheat Sheet is largely based on the Trial Objections Cheat Sheet produced and maintained by Thomas Reuters with a targeted analysis on Saskatchewan case law.

Join Jennifer Pereira, Q.C., for this informative webinar as she addresses common objections and the corresponding rules, case law and exceptions for our province.

January 19 (Online) | 12:00 – 1:00 PM

Qualifies for 1 CPD Hour

Register here.

Brett Maerz appointed to the Saskatoon Environmental Advisory Committee

Brett Maerz has been appointed to the Saskatoon Environmental Advisory Committee.

The SEAC serves an important role to City Council by providing advice on policy matters relating to environmental sustainability and good environmental practices within the City of Saskatoon. Congratulations, Brett!

For more information about the SEAC, click here.

Sinclair appointed to the Law Foundation of Saskatchewan

Sean Sinclair has been appointed to the board of directors of the Law Foundation of Saskatchewan.  The Law Foundation of Saskatchewan serves an important role in promoting access to justice by funding organizations involved with legal education, legal research, legal aid, law libraries and law reform.  Further details regarding the Law Foundation can be found on its website.

Marinko Jelovic joins board of directors of Big Brothers Big Sisters Saskatoon

Congratulations to Marinko Jelovic, who joins the board of directors of Big Brothers Big Sisters Saskatoon.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada is a Federation comprised of 108 member agencies servicing more than 1,100 communities across the country. Together they mobilize over 21,300 volunteers who, in turn, mentor 41,700+ children and young people across Canada.

For more information: https://saskatoon.bigbrothersbigsisters.ca/about-us/