Legal Masters Lecture: Tort Law
“Emond’s Legal Masters Lecture on constitutional law was one of the best and most informative that I have attended on the subject. From the caliber of the speakers and the moderator, to the topics covered, to the Q & A session, this was a singular event and I am so glad that I attended. Thank you again for everything."
— Jared Leon, Toronto ON
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— Marlene Cashin, Toronto ON
Eligible for up to 2 substantive CPD hours, this online tort law lecture features lively and insightful discussion with renowned legal experts:
- Bruce Feldthusen
- Roger Oatley
- Donald H. Rogers
- Moderated by D. Paul Emond
In this 2-hour lecture, Bruce Feldthusen, Roger Oatley, and Don Rogers discuss substantive, procedural, and strategic elements of tort law, with a focus on negligence. With reference to personal experiences as well as foundational cases, they explore the transformative impact of negligence law, debating if and how it brings about positive social and behavioural change. Topics of discussion include:
- road safety
- commercial host liability
- product liability
- medical malpractice
This video lecture is available for a one-year rental period.
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This program is eligible for up to 2 Substantive Hours.