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CDAS-LSS Criminal Law Conference

CDAS is proud to announce the third annual CDAS-LSS Criminal Law 'Bootcamp' Conference, which will take place on November 22-23, 2019 at the Sheraton Airport Hotel in Richmond. Thanks to the funding provided by the Legal Services Society, this conference is put on free of charge to attendees.

This conference is intended for lawyers five years of call and under (including articled students). This year's topic is 'Advocacy' and will feature interactive panels with senior defence lawyers, Crown and judges from across the Lower Mainland and BC. Attendees will also engage in guided small-group discussions after each panel.

Attendees travelling from outside the Lower Mainland are eligible to have their travel and accommodation costs covered by LSS.

For more information or questions on how to register, email Mark Gervin ( or Garen Arnet-Zargarian (

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