New at CPLEA (Vol 44-4) - LawNow Magazine

New at CPLEA (Vol 44-4)

In this issue of LawNow we are highlighting a few updated resources and two upcoming workshops.

Updated Resources

The following CPLEA resources have been updated. They are available for download from our website or for order (for free!) from our store.

How Old Do I Have to Be In Alberta – Poster
Perfect to hang in classrooms, offices or waiting rooms, this poster states at what age certain activities are legal in Alberta.
How Old Do I Have To Be In Alberta – Tipsheet

Answers to some common “how old do I have to be” questions that young people have. This resource is great for teachers and youth workers. Pairs perfectly with the How Old Do I Have To Be poster.

For a listing of all CPLEA publications, see: www.cplea.ca/publications


Upcoming Workshops

Every year CPLEA leads workshops for front-line service providers, teachers, librarians and other information service providers. Building on our past successes, CPLEA is pleased to offer several new workshops for Winter/Spring 2020. Upcoming workshops include:

Top 10 Housing Law Issues

Date: Wednesday, March 18, 2020
Time: 8:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
Location: Compass Place Boardroom (2nd Floor, 10050-112 Street, Edmonton, AB T5K 2J1)

Does your work include helping people who occasionally face legal problems? Do your clients rent a home? There are a wide variety of issues that may pop up in housing ranging from human rights and public health to privacy concerns. To help your clients get the right help and referrals to deal with a housing problem, it’s important to understand the housing (and housing-related) laws that may apply to their situations.

Workshop registration includes continental breakfast, coffee and tea.

Sexual Violence: What does the law say?

Date: Wednesday, April 22, 2020
Time: 8:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
Location: Compass Place Boardroom (2nd Floor, 10050-112 Street, Edmonton, AB T5K 2J1)

Does your work include helping people who occasionally face legal problems? Are your clients victims of sexual violence? Sexual violence can include domestic violence of a sexual nature, trafficking, exploitation, sexual harassment or assault, and more. This session will provide an overview of the law as it relates to sexual violence – from the Criminal Code provisions and human rights law to legal options available to victims.

Workshop registration includes continental breakfast, coffee and tea.

For a listing of all CPLEA workshops, see: www.cplea.ca/workshops
Authors:

Lesley Conley
Lesley Conley
Lesley Conley is a Project Coordinator with the Centre for Public Legal Education Alberta.
 


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