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CALL/ACBD is pleased to announce our 2020 Virtual Conference Series!

Following this year’s virtual AGM and Member’s Open Forum, CALL/ACBD will be bringing this year’s educational content to you virtually through a series of sessions throughout late May and the month of June. You can expect the same great speakers you were looking forward to seeing in person, along with can’t-miss vendor demos. 

Join us as we adapt to the changing environment and bring you learning opportunities and professional development in a new format in the comfort of your own home!

Please see schedule below for the exciting lineup of speakers that you can expect. Please note that you will be sent Zoom invites for each session that you RSVP to closer to the event date. 

Register now to secure your attendance!

Questions? Contact us!

Speaker & Sponsor Session Schedule

Please register at the bottom of this page. 

If you do not register, you will not be admitted into the session. Please also ensure that the name you provide in your registration matches the name that you have listed on Zoom.

25-May-20   12pm EST Daniel Dale  Putting Facts First: A Conversation with CNN's Daniel Dale
       
26-May-20   12pm EST Dianne Saxe Climate Crisis and Liability - Will Carbon Majors Have to Pay for Climate Damage?
       
27-May-20   12pm EST Joshua Sealy-Harrington  Putting Speech and Equality in Conversation, not Opposition: A Legal And Policy Discussion of Recent Controversies Surrounding the Platforming of Trans-Exclusionary Speakers
       
01-Jun-20   11am EST Thomson Reuters Session The Legal Industry Today and Beyond [Register separately here]
01-Jun-20   12pm EST Rob Hudson Bubble Trouble: Filter Bubbles Impact on Research
       
01-Jun-20   2pm EST Joan Rataic-Lang Professional Development Plans: Your Tool for Success
       
03-Jun-20   12pm EST Sarah Miller and Dean Seeman Decolonizing Through (Re)classification
       
03-Jun-20   2pm EST Alisa Lazear and Deb Quentel A New Model for Legal Publishing: Empowering Legal Professionals through Shared Content Creation
       
05-Jun-20   12pm EST Melanie Browne and Louise Hamel How To Create Value!
       
08-Jun-20   12pm EST Cyndi Murphy Top Ten Tips for Taming Time
       
08-Jun-20   1pm EST Thomson Reuters Session Whats’ New @ Thomson Reuters: New Product Solutions and Enhancements [Register separately here]
08-Jun-20   2pm EST John Bolan, Alexia Loumankis and Sooin Kim Supporting Journal Publication Through Access and Metrics Initiatives
       
10-Jun-20   12pm EST Wendy Reynolds Accessibility & Inclusion: Tales from the Front Lines
10-Jun-20   4:30pm EST Thomson Reuters Session Thomson Reuters Online Happy Hour! [Register separately here]
       
12-Jun-20   2pm EST Xavier Beauchamp-Tremblay, Kim Nayyer and George Tsiakos The Crown, Copyright & the Law Revisited


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Thank you to our virtual conference sponsors






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