Following a break from the COVID-19 pandemic, Canada’s National Family Law Program is back to in-person event status this year. The conference will run from July 25 to 28 at the Fairmont Chateau in Whistler, British Columbia.
LEAP Legal Software and DivorceMate Software, two of the country’s digital solutions providers for family law professionals, will be at the event to showcase their partnership.
The powerhouse duo will be exhibitors at the program and will hold a grand prize sweepstakes contest. They will also give away promotional rewards to attendees who booked a demo.
DivorceMate CEO Michael Perlman proudly stated that they have always offered great prizes for the event. These ranged from cloudberry jams and branded packing cubes to custom sea salts and mobile power banks.
Perlman expressed his excitement over the in-person return of the National Family Law Program. He added that the company is looking forward to discussing their exciting new venture.
The two digital solutions providers share a vision and commitment to the creation of innovative software platforms that can help legal professionals in the country. The partnership aims to assist lawyers in Toronto and other Canadian cities to be more efficient, productive, and profitable.
Perlman believed that the team-up of the two firms’ solutions could greatly benefit law firms in Canada. He said they would provide an improved workspace that could ultimately enhance the legal services lawyers offer to their clients. He promised to share more information during the event.
The conference will kick off with an opening reception on Sunday, July 24. The night will give a chance for lawyers, academics, judges, articling students, and law students to talk and mingle with their peers from across Canada.
During the program, speakers will discuss various topics, including the current issues and trends in family law and the future of legal practice in the county.
Register for the National Family Law Program
Registration for the National Family Law Program is on a first-come, first-served basis. Enrollment in the event is also limited.
Attendees will be given nametags, which will show their first and last name, court, and city as provided on the registration form. So remember to provide complete and accurate information when filling out the form.
You must also provide a valid and unique email address to register for the event. All confirmation notifications and program updates are also sent by email.
If you register more than one person at one time, ensure to place the one who will receive the proof of payment as the first registrant. That person will be the one who will get the confirmation for each member of the group.
Get more information about registering for the National Family Law Program here.