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May 23, 2013:
Law Society on Twitter; Insurance Levy Invoices Mailed
May 14, 2013:
Insurance Levy Set for 2013/14 Policy Year
May 7, 2013:
Priority of Assignment of Judicial Dispute Resolution; AJEFA Event
April 29, 2013:
Notice to the Profession
April 25, 2013:
Notices to the Profession
March 14, 2013:
The Law Society of Alberta Addresses Inaccuracies in CBC News Report
New Conflict of Interest Rules in Force December 1:
The Benchers adopted new conflict of interest rules at their September 2012 meetings. Since the autumn, rules 2.04 (1) to (13) have been available for review. On December 1, 2012, these rules come into effect and become part of Alberta’s Code of Conduct.
Read more here.
Tweets by @LawSocietyofAB
June 5 to 8, 2013
Bencher Retreat and Business Meeting in Jasper
How to handle a real or suspected fraud:
If you have been targeted by fraud, please forward any of the emails and supporting documents that you have received to Mike Martin, Risk Assessment Officer at the Law Society of Alberta via the
mailbox. See also
Frauds & Loss Prevention
for additional information.
Guidelines to Facilitate Discharging or Transfer of Mortgages
List of Bank Contacts
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