Counselwell Summit 2022

A two day virtual conference for
in-house lawyers. 

May 11-12, 2022
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Counselwell Summit 2022

A two day virtual conference for
in-house lawyers. 

May 11-12
Get $100 Off Tickets Today!

Agenda

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Presenters

Sara Benbrahim
GC, Co-founder, and COO,
Phelix.ai

Ron Lo
GC, 
Symend

Tahira Manji
Head of Legal,
Article

Paul Gagnon
AGC, 
Taiga Motors

Atoussa Mahmoudpour
Chief Legal Officer,
WELL Health Technologies Corp.

Paula Amy Hewitt
GC and Chief Privacy Officer,
Field Trip Health

Mitch Kowalski
GC, 
Aoyuan International
Innovation Thought Leader

Adrian Lang
GC and Chief Privacy Officer,
Staples Canada

Jamie Greenberg
General Counsel,
Wattpad

Kenneth Szeto
General Counsel,
Q4 Inc.

James Sanders
Principal and General Counsel,
Navigator

Marissa Zook
VP and General Counsel,
Canalyst

Salima Alibhai
Co-founder and Partner,
ALT Recruitment Partners

MJ Gagnon
Business Development Director,
Alexa Translations

Bindu Cudjoe
Chief Legal Officer and Corporate Secretary,
Laurentian Bank of Canada

Danny Chan
Senior Discovery Specialist,
RICOH

Luci Bassli
Founder and Principal,
InnoLaw Group, PLLC

Christine Holmes
Founder and CEO,
LawyersInHouse.com

Steven Pulver
Co-founder,
MinuteBox

Natasha Doucas
Business Development Executive,
RICOH

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Your ticket gets you:

  • Access to the recordings of 18 engaging presentations from leading in-house lawyers and service providers, including "How To Be More Efficient with Legal Spend" by Adrian Lang, GC and Chief Privacy Officer, Staples Canada
  • 360 minutes of video!
  • 60 day access
  • 5 hours and 15 min of CPD credits (scroll down for info)

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CPD Credits

Counselwell Summit 2022 is approved in the following jurisdictions. When inputting your hours, use "Counselwell Summit 2022" as the title of the program unless you're in Ontario (see below for instructions). 

  • Ontario: The program is accredited for a total of 5.25 CPD hours as follows: 
    • 1.0 hour EDI: Enter each of the two EDI sessions separately: 
      • "Women General Counsel: Challenges and Setting Standards for Success" by Atoussa Mahmoudpour, Chief Legal Officer, WELL Health Technologies Corp. (30 MINUTES)
      • "Returning to the Workplace: EDI Considerations" with Bindu Cudjoe, Chief Legal Officer and Corporate Secretary for Laurentian Bank of Canada, and Christine Holmes, founder of LawyersInHouse.com (30 MINUTES)
    • 1 hour 15 min Professionalism: Enter each of the three Professionalism sessions separately:
      • "Finding Meaning in your Legal Work" by Paula Amy Hewitt, GC and Chief Privacy Officer, Field Trip Health (30 MINUTES)
      • "Legal Tech Adoption: How We Got It Done at Article" by Tahira Manji, Manager, Legal Services, Article (15 MINUTES)
      • "How To Be More Efficient with Legal Spend" by Adrian Lang, GC and Chief Privacy Officer, Staples Canada (30 MINUTES).
    • 3.0 hours Substantive: Enter "Counselwell Summit 2022" for the 3 Substantive hours.
  • British Columbia: This program contains 5.0 EPPM hours.
  • Alberta: Please note that the Law Society of Alberta has suspended the mandatory Continuing Professional Development (CPD) filing requirement for the profession until May 2023.
  • Manitoba: This program contains 5.0 EPPM hours.
  • Saskatchewan: Not accredited.
  • Quebec: Please note that the Barreau du Québec no longer accreditates CPD courses. It is up to course participants to evaluate if the course qualifies within the Barreau du Québec’s criteria and self-declare the course in their online training statement.
  • Nova Scotia: Please note that the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society does not accredit courses offered by CLE providers nor assign hours to a course. It is each course participant’s responsibility to ensure that a CPD course or activity meets the requirements of Regulation 8.3.5 and determine whether to include it in their mandatory CPD Plan.
  • Newfoundland & Labrador: Please note that the Law Society of Newfoundland & Labrador does not accredit courses, and it is each course participant’s responsibility to ensure that a proposed CLE activity meets the content requirements set out by the Law Society and, therefore, qualifies as an eligible CLE activity.
  • PEI: This program contains 5.0 hours of CPD credits.
  • New Brunswick: Not accredited.

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