Table ronde sur la justice participative - 10e édition

The Bar of Montreal — CAIJ | Seminar
Training by a recognized provider for the purposes of mandatory continuing education – 6 hours

October 17 2017, from 08:30 to 16:00

Club Saint-James (1145, rue Union, Montréal, salle St-Denis)
Montréal, QC

October 17, 2017, from 8:30 to 4 p.m. (viennoiseries et dîner inclus)
Accueil et viennoiseries à compter de 8 h

The Bar of Montreal — CAIJ | Seminar

  Deadline for cancellations with reimbursement: October 11, 2017                             


The practice of law, the legal community and clients are changing. Are you daring enough to be innovative and thereby anticipate and meet the needs of clients in the 21st century?

The organizing committee of the Round Table on Participatory Justice invites you to a day of training in participatory justice. Under the theme of Participatory justice of tomorrow, this serminar animated by Mtre Miville Tremblay, will allow you to learn about or expand your knowledge of a number of practical and inspirational subjects at this round table.

It’s a meeting you don’t want to miss!

  • Welcoming remarks
  • Participatory justice in criminal matters
    Discover how participatory justice is used in criminal cases.
    L’honorable François Rolland, Administrateur du programme de remboursement volontaire
    Me Robert Rouleau, procureur aux poursuites criminelles et pénales au DPCP
    Me Danièle Roy, criminaliste et présidente de l’Association des avocats de la défense de Montréal
  • The profile of a 21st century citizen and the legal service offering
    The relationship between citizens and justice is changing. In order to adjust the legal service offering accordingly, it is important to clearly understand today’s citizens and winning professional practices.
    Speakers :
    Volet 1 Le profil du citoyen
    Ms. Julie Macfarlane, Professeure émérite et auteur, Faculté de droit de l’université de Windsor (présentation en anglais seulement)
    Volet 2 les pratiques professionnelles gagnantes 
    Ms. Denyse Thiffault, Conseillère stratégique
  • Networking luncheon
  • Successfully integrating participatory justice
    Inspirational panel members and current themes. Discussions with young lawyers who have successfully integrated participatory justice into their professional activities. Various “service offers” to meet today’s and tomorrow’s needs.
    Panelists :
    Me Gabriel Auger, l’Atelier de la justice participative
    Me Marie-Hélène Beaudoin, médiatrice accréditée et arbitre
    Me Marie-Laurence Brunet, Brunet & associés
    Mme Tessa Manuello, juriste, médiatrice accréditée et consultante PRD dans le cadre d’une discussion animée par Me Jean H. Gagnon, Ad.E., médiateur accrédité et arbitre accrédité.
  • Recap of the day and conclusion

** Discount for lawyers sworn in between 2007 and 2017. Contact us for more information. ** 

*Training by a recognized provider for the purposes of mandatory continuing education – 6 hours
An attestation of attendance will be emailed after the activity.


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