Goodmans is pleased to offer a series of professional development and continuing legal education sessions as part of our Goodmans Presents program. These sessions are designed to help meet the Law Society of Upper Canada CPD requirements and to provide topical, informative and relevant insight and guidance to our clients.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, all of our in-person programming has been indefinitely postponed. This doesn’t mean you can’t continue to learn and satisfy your CPD requirements. While the full CPD requirement continues to apply for 2020, the LSO, in an effort to support public health best practices of physical distancing, has removed the six hour maximum limit applied to watching archived programs without a colleague.
We would be pleased to help answer any questions you have concerning CPD requirements or our Goodmans Presents program. For more information, please contact Sandra Montanino at 416.597.4156 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Viewing archived webcasts, video replays, or other recorded program formats without a colleague is eligible towards the LSO's annual CPD requirement.* These Goodmans Presents archives can be counted toward your CPD Hours.
*Note: the six hour maximum cap on solo viewing of archived content has been lifted for the 2020 CPD reporting year in light of COVID-19 and in support of physical distancing best practices.