The Canadian Elder Law Conference is an interdisciplinary two-day forum on the law and policy issues impacting older clients. It features practical skill-based sessions, updates on hot topics, and current research on law and aging-related issues. This year's theme is Coming of Age: Elder Law in Canada and Its Future.
The conference will be held on November 2-3, 2017 in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Opening address and keynote speakers include:
Two members of Dementia Justice's advisory board will also be among the conference speakers:
Professor Margaret I. Hall's presentation is entitled, "Adult Protection: Findings From A Research Study Examining Implementation/Awareness Of British Columbia's Adult Guardianship Act." It will include a discussion of:
Helene Love's presentation is entitled, "Is The Law Of Evidence Ready For The Aging Population?" This will cover:
Early bird rates for full conference registration end October 6, 2017.
If you can't make it to Vancouver, a webinar option is available.
More information about the conference is available on the CLEBC website.