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Not So Common Law

Nov. 23 event full - waitlist enabled.

Now Online **Up to 100 participants, CALL members only!** 

Members must register for EACH session they wish to attend. 

Until CALL resumes in person events “Not So Common Law” will be available in a virtual format for all CALL members to enjoy. This program is facilitated and presented by Jim Conway, CALL member & lawyer.

For more information contact Facilitator 

NEW for November

Please join us for the  next “Not So Common Law” with Jim Conway on Monday, Nov. 23 at 1 P.M.

This Zoom CALL presentation will be on Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID) and how the Law has evolved, as well as proposed changes in Bill C-7.


About Not So Common Law

We are going to explore the historical and social background of some of the intriguing, interesting and important legal cases which have had lasting impact on our society and affect our lives today. Each month we will have a presentation about some of these famous and fascinating cases, plus the opportunity to discuss legal current affairs. Legal issues and law cases will be based on current events and participants ’ interests. Some of our upcoming topics are:

  • What are your “Constitutional Rights”? Canada’s Constitution and remedies for infringement of an individual’s constitutional rights
  • Civil Rights. Canadian Law on the subject of racism and discrimination
  • You can’t fight City Hall!”. Actually you can. Legal actions against the Crown and governments
  • What you don’t know about being a tenant or being a landlord
  • Upcoming changes to the law regarding Medical Assistance in Dying [MAID]

Dates and Details

When:Last Monday of the month (with exceptions)
Time:1:00 - 3:00 PM

2020: Sept. 28, Oct. 26, Nov. 23, (no meeting in Dec.)

2021: Jan. 25, Feb. 22, Mar. 22, Apr. 26, May 24, June 28

Where:Online Zoom meetings until  in person meetings are allowed.
Presenter:Jim Conway, lawyer

Dale Rudd, Coordinator

** You must be a member of CALL to register

Past Presentations


Civil Rights--Canadian Law on the Subject of Racism and Discrimination



*To participate in most programs, you must be a member.  Exceptions are listed as Open to the Public

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