Program Chairs

Jack Fleming

North Peel & Dufferin Community Legal Services

Kristin Ley

Cohen Highley LLP

The crucial updates for all residential landlord and tenant practitioners. 

Get expert perspectives on some of the most important areas of residential tenancies law affecting your practice

In this annual update, practitioners for both landlords and tenants, with many years experience litigating residential tenancies issues, will provide you with a comprehensive overview of all the important elements and changes from the past year.

Can’t Make the Date? Registration includes 120-day unlimited, online access to the recorded program.

What You’ll Learn

The Human Rights Code in residential tenancies (the year in review)

Recent significant decision affecting your practice

Landlord and tenant perspectives on some of the most topical areas

Practical and legal issues with respect to procedural fairness and access to justice

Procedural changes at the Landlord and Tenant Board: post-pandemic and other key administrative/procedural developments

Who Should Attend

Lawyers and Paralegals who appear at the Landlord and Tenant Board

Faculty

Program Chairs

Jack Fleming

North Peel & Dufferin Community Legal Services

Kristin Ley

Cohen Highley LLP

Instructors

Lesli Bisgould

Barrister Clinic Resource Office, Legal Aid Ontario

Cathy Corsetti

Corsetti Paralegal

Yodit Edemariam

Director of Legal Services, Rexdale Community Legal Clinic

Eli Fellman

Legal Counsel, Tribunals Ontario

Jack Fleming

North Peel & Dufferin Community Legal Services

Joe Hoffer

Cohen Highley LLP

Doug Levitt

Levitt Di Lella Duggan & Chaplick LLP

Kristin Ley

Cohen Highley LLP

Joe Myers

Lawyer/Director, Willowdale Community Legal Services

Caryma Sa’d

Law Office of Caryma Sa’d

Lee Webb

Director of Client Services, Canadian Centre for Housing Rights

Program Agenda

Register

Jun 13, 2024

$595 + TAX

Time

Jun 13, 2024
9:00 a.m – 5:00 p.m (ET)

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CPD Hours
Format
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Substantive 6h 10m
Professionalism45m
EDI15m
Total7h 10m
Substantive6h 10m
Professionalism45m
EDI15m
Total7h 10m

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