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  • Program Date:
    Apr 09, 2018
    Materials on Demand?Searchable PDF e-binders of program materials, accessible 24/7.

    6th Annual Mental Health Law for Children & Youth

    Table of Content

    Program Date: Apr 09, 2018


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    Case Study

    Tab 2
    A Clinical Overview
    Alice Charach,
    MD, MSc., FRCPC, Medical Director, Child and Youth Acute Care Collaborative (CAYACC), Division of Child and Youth Psychiatry; Associate Professor, Psychiatry University of Toronto

    Tab 3
    Understanding Mental Health Laws Relating to Children and Youth
    Michele M.Warner,
    Legal Counsel, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)
    Lauri A.Reesor, Hicks Morely Hamilton Stewart Storie LLP

    Tab 4
    Community Collaboration in Children and Youth Mental Health: Cross-Sector Approaches & Challenges
    Christina Bartha,
    MSW, RSW, Executive Director, SickKids Brain and Mental Health Program, SickKids Centre for Community Mental Health, Centre for Brain and Mental Health (Research)
    Susan Chamberlain, MSW, RSW, Executive Director, The George Hull Centre for Children and Families

    Tab 5
    Mental Health and Addictions
    Karen Leslie,
    MD MEd FRCPC, Professor of Pediatrics, Division of Adolescent Medicine, The Hospital for Sick Children
    Brandi Pek, BA, SSW, RSSW, Coordinator, Addiction Services of Thames Valley

    Tab 5
    Notes

  • Date Recorded:
    Apr 06, 2018
     Pre-RecordedProgram on Demand?Recordings of some of our most popular programs, available 24/7. Includes materials.Substantive & Professionalism
  • Date Recorded:
    Apr 06, 2018
     Pre-RecordedProgram on Demand?Recordings of some of our most popular programs, available 24/7. Includes materials.
  • Program Date:
    Apr 06, 2018
    Materials on Demand?Searchable PDF e-binders of program materials, accessible 24/7.

    Residential Landlord-Tenant Disputes: Practice Realities and the Impact of Bill124

    Table of Content

    Program Date: Apr 06, 2018


    Tab A
    Agenda

    Tab B
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 1
    The Residential Tenancies Act (RTA): Does all or part of the RTA apply?
    JOe Hoffer,
    Cohen Highley LLP

    Tab 2
    Landlord vs. Tenant: Clashing Perspectives
    Joe Hoffer,
    Cohen Highley LLP
    Jane L.Ferguson, Barrister & Solicitor
    Jack Fleming, Executive Director, North Peel & Dufferin Community Legal Services
    Tracy Heffernan, Provincial Director, Tenant Duty Counsel Program, Advocacy Centre for Tenants Ontario; Organizing/Litigation Lawyer, Parkdale Community Legal Services
    Martin Zarnett, Zarnett Law Professional Corporation

    Tab 3
    Bill 124: Key Practice and Procedural Changes
    Eli Fellman,
    Legal Counsel, Social Justice Tribunals Ontario
    Joe Hoffer, Cohen Highley LLp
    Dania Majid, Staff Lawyer, Advocacy Centre for Tenants Ontario (ACTO)

    Tab 4
    Relief from Eviction and The Human Rights Code
    Kristin Ley,
    Cohen Highley LLP
    Benjamin Ries, Downtown Legal Services, University of Toronto

    Tab 5
    Costs, Reviews, Appeals and Enforcement
    Kenneth Hale,
    Director, Advocacy and Legal Services, Advocacy Centre for Tenants
    Doug Levitt, Horlick Levitt Di Lella LLP

    Tab 6
    Ethics and Professionalism: Unique Challenges at the Landlord and Tenant Board
    Jack Fleming,
    Executive Director, North Peel & Dufferin Community Legal Services
    Joe Hoffer, Cohen Highley LLP

    Tab 7
    Residential Tenancies Act

    Tab 8
    Supplementary Materials

    Tab 7
    Notes

  • Program Date:
    Apr 06, 2018
    Materials on Demand?Searchable PDF e-binders of program materials, accessible 24/7.

    The Inclusion Imperative: Cultural Competence Skills for Legal Professionals

    Table of Content

    Program Date: Apr 06, 2018


    Tab 1
    Agenda

    Tab 2
    Faculty List and Biographies

    Tab 3
    Presentations

    PowerPoint: Cultural Competence for Adjudication: What & Why (Pamela Chapman & Moya Teklu
    PowerPoint: Acknowledge the Risks and Set your Intentions (Pamela Chapman & Teklu)
    PowerPoint: Check Your Assumptions, Consider Relevant Cultural Information & Check Your Reasoning Process (Pamela Chapman & Moya Teklu)
    PowerPoint: Centre Marginalized People in the Process (Pamela Chapman & Moya Teklu)

    Tab 4
    Select Bibliography: Cultural Competence for Adjudication

    Tab 5
    Handouts

    • Cultural Influences Map
    • IAT Exercise
    • Social Identity Statements, Mt. Sinai Ally Program
    • Fact Scenarios

    Tab 6
    Notes

    Tab 7
    Resource Materials

    • How Can I Be An Ally? Mount Sinai Hospital, Human Rights & Health Equity
    • What Can An Ally Say? Mount Sinai Hospital, Human Rights & Health Equity
    • Glossary of Terms, Mount Sinai Hospital, Human Rights & Health Equity
    • Cultural Competence Best Practices
    • Interpretation Best Practices
    • Addressing Implicit Bias in the Courts – National Centre for State Courts
    • Courts Catalyzing Change – Preliminary Protective Hearing Benchcard
  • Date Recorded:
    Mar 21, 2018
    Running Time:

    7:18:23

    Pre-RecordedProgram on Demand?Recordings of some of our most popular programs, available 24/7. Includes materials.Substantive & Professionalism

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