Alex Procope and Jane Meadus again co-chaired the Osgoode Elder Law 2022 Certificate Program. The program was conduced online again, which permitted a stellar line-up of speakers who appeared from across the country. Alex taught the sessions providing an overview of capacity and substitute-decision making regimes and on professional responsibility.
PBP Lawyer Kelley Bryan also joined the program demonstrating bad interview techniques and teaching about complaints to regulated health professionals. The program also featured a keynote address by the Honourable Justice Marrocco, chair of Ontario’s COVID-19 Commission.
The program brochure description follows:
A unique program for legal advisors, healthcare professionals and others who work with older persons.
This 5-day intensive program is specifically designed by legal, health and elder care experts to provide you with the opportunity to tap into a deep reservoir of practical, relevant information, including:
• Knowledge and tools to navigate the demanding, complex environment
that is Elder Law
• A forum for developing a comprehensive understanding of fundamental issues
• Practical skills for you to better understand and serve your clients
• A networking opportunity to connect with professionals and colleagues
working with elderly clients
PBP lawyers deal with various elder law cases. If you or a loved one needs an elder law lawyer, please contact PBP lawyers at 416-320-1914 or firstname.lastname@example.org.