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The Law Society of Alberta does not formally accredit providers or pre-approve any programs for CPD reporting purposes.  Instead, it is up to practising members to determine that the specific CPD activity meets the Law Society of Alberta’s requirements.  If so, practising members can claim the CPD activity in their annual CPD Plan. 

We believe that the Building NewLaw Podcast is an educational activity that satisfies the Law Society of Alberta’s CPD requirements (Professionalism Hours) if lawyers have: (1) listened to the online recording; (2) completed the episode verification examination; and (3) received our CPD certificate (“BNL CPD”).  

However, as you might expect, we will not accept any liability related to BNL CPD eligibility and it is your responsibility to ensure that the BNL CPD is acceptable.  If you have any concerns, we strongly recommend that you contact the Law Society of Alberta and review its guidelines. 

By completing and submitting your S01E11 verification exam, you:

(1) acknowledge that it is your responsibility to check with your Law Society to ensure that this BNL podcast episode can count toward your Professionalism Hours; 

(2) agree that we will not accept any liability and it is your responsibility to ensure that the BNL podcast qualifies as acceptable CPD in your province; and 

(3) agree to subscribe to the BNL mailing list.
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The Law Society of British Columbia has approved Building NewLaw’s (“BNL”) S01E11 online recording and verification examination (the “BNL CPD”) as an educational activity (Professionalism Hours).  

We believe that BC lawyers that have: (1) listened to the online recording; (2) completed the episode verification examination; and (3) received our CPD certificate can claim a 55 minute Professionalism CPD credit.    

However, as you might expect, we will not accept any liability related to BNL CPD eligibility and it is your responsibility to ensure that the BNL CPD is acceptable.  If you have any concerns, we strongly recommend that you contact the Law Society of British Columbia and review its guidelines.     

By completing and submitting your S01E11 verification exam, you:

(1) acknowledge that it is your responsibility to check with your Law Society to ensure that this BNL podcast episode can count toward your Professionalism Hours; 

(2) agree that we will not accept any liability and it is your responsibility to ensure that the BNL podcast qualifies as acceptable CPD in your province; and 

(3) agree to subscribe to the BNL mailing list.
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The Law Society of Manitoba does not formally accredit providers or pre-approve any programs for CPD reporting purposes.  Instead, it is up to practising members to determine that the specific CPD activity meets the Law Society of Manitoba’s requirements.  If so, practising members can claim the CPD activity. 

We believe that the Building NewLaw Podcast is an educational activity that satisfies the Law Society of Manitoba’s CPD requirements (Professionalism Hours) if lawyers have: (1) listened to the online recording; (2) completed the episode verification examination; and (3) received our CPD certificate (“BNL CPD”).  

However, as you might expect, we will not accept any liability related to BNL CPD eligibility and it is your responsibility to ensure that the BNL CPD is acceptable.  If you have any concerns, we strongly recommend that you contact the Law Society of Manitoba and review its guidelines. 

By completing and submitting your S01E11 verification exam, you:

(1) acknowledge that it is your responsibility to check with your Law Society to ensure that this BNL podcast episode can count toward your Professionalism Hours; 

(2) agree that we will not accept any liability and it is your responsibility to ensure that the BNL podcast qualifies as acceptable CPD in your province; and 

(3) agree to subscribe to the BNL mailing list.
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The Law Society of Newfoundland and Labrador does not formally accredit providers or pre-approve any programs for CPD reporting purposes.  Instead, it is up to practising members to determine that the specific CPD activity meets the Law Society of Newfoundland and Labrador’s requirements.  If so, practising members can claim the CPD activity. 

We believe that the Building NewLaw Podcast is an educational activity that satisfies the Law Society of Newfoundland and Labrador’s CPD requirements (Professionalism Hours) if lawyers have: (1) listened to the online recording; (2) completed the episode verification examination; and (3) received our CPD certificate (“BNL CPD”).  

However, as you might expect, we will not accept any liability related to BNL CPD eligibility and it is your responsibility to ensure that the BNL CPD is acceptable.  If you have any concerns, we strongly recommend that you contact the Law Society of the Newfoundland and Labrador and review its guidelines. 

By completing and submitting your S01E11 verification exam, you:

(1) acknowledge that it is your responsibility to check with your Law Society to ensure that this BNL podcast episode can count toward your Professionalism Hours; 

(2) agree that we will not accept any liability and it is your responsibility to ensure that the BNL podcast qualifies as acceptable CPD in your province; and 

(3) agree to subscribe to the BNL mailing list.
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The Law Society of the Northwest Territories does not formally accredit providers or pre-approve any programs for CPD reporting purposes.  Instead, it is up to practising members to determine that the specific CPD activity meets the Law Society of the Northwest Territories’ requirements.  If so, practising members can claim the CPD activity. 

We believe that the Building NewLaw Podcast is an educational activity that satisfies the Law Society of the Northwest Territories’ CPD requirements (Professionalism Hours) if lawyers have: (1) listened to the online recording; (2) completed the episode verification examination; and (3) received our CPD certificate (“BNL CPD”).  

However, as you might expect, we will not accept any liability related to BNL CPD eligibility and it is your responsibility to ensure that the BNL CPD is acceptable.  If you have any concerns, we strongly recommend that you contact the Law Society of the Northwest Territories and review its guidelines. 

By completing and submitting your S01E11 verification exam, you:

(1) acknowledge that it is your responsibility to check with your Law Society to ensure that this BNL podcast episode can count toward your Professionalism Hours; 

(2) agree that we will not accept any liability and it is your responsibility to ensure that the BNL podcast qualifies as acceptable CPD in your province; and 

(3) agree to subscribe to the BNL mailing list.
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The Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society does not formally accredit providers or pre-approve any programs for CPD reporting purposes.  Instead, it is up to practising members to determine that the specific CPD activity meets the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society’s requirements.  If so, practising members can claim the CPD activity in their annual CPD Plan. 

We believe that the Building NewLaw Podcast is an educational activity that satisfies the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society’s CPD requirements (Professionalism Hours) if lawyers have: (1) listened to the online recording; (2) completed the episode verification examination; and (3) received our CPD certificate (“BNL CPD”).  

However, as you might expect, we will not accept any liability related to BNL CPD eligibility and it is your responsibility to ensure that the BNL CPD is acceptable.  If you have any concerns, we strongly recommend that you contact the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society and review its guidelines. 

By completing and submitting your S01E11 verification exam, you:

(1) acknowledge that it is your responsibility to check with your Law Society to ensure that this BNL podcast episode can count toward your Professionalism Hours; 

(2) agree that we will not accept any liability and it is your responsibility to ensure that the BNL podcast qualifies as acceptable CPD in your province; and 

(3) agree to subscribe to the BNL mailing list.
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The Law Society of Nunavut does not formally accredit providers or pre-approve any programs for CPD reporting purposes.  Instead, it is up to practising members to determine that the specific CPD activity meets the Law Society of Nunavut’s requirements.  If so, practising members can claim the CPD activity. 

We believe that the Building NewLaw Podcast is an educational activity that satisfies the Law Society of Nunavut’s CPD requirements (Professionalism Hours) if lawyers have: (1) listened to the online recording; (2) completed the episode verification examination; and (3) received our CPD certificate (“BNL CPD”).  

However, as you might expect, we will not accept any liability related to BNL CPD eligibility and it is your responsibility to ensure that the BNL CPD is acceptable.  If you have any concerns, we strongly recommend that you contact the Law Society of Nunavut and review its guidelines. 

By completing and submitting your S01E11 verification exam, you:

(1) acknowledge that it is your responsibility to check with your Law Society to ensure that this BNL podcast episode can count toward your Professionalism Hours; 

(2) agree that we will not accept any liability and it is your responsibility to ensure that the BNL podcast qualifies as acceptable CPD in your province; and 

(3) agree to subscribe to the BNL mailing list.
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The Law Society of Upper Canada has approved Building NewLaw’s S01E11 online recording and verification examination (the “BNL CPD”) as an educational activity (Professionalism Hours).  

We believe that Ontario lawyers that have: (1) listened to the online recording; (2) completed the episode verification examination; and (3) received our CPD certificate can claim a 55 minute Professionalism CPD credit.    

However, as you might expect, we will not accept any liability related to BNL CPD eligibility and it is your responsibility to ensure that the BNL CPD is acceptable.  If you have any concerns, we strongly recommend that you contact the Law Society of Upper Canada and review its guidelines.     

By completing and submitting your S01E11 verification exam, you:

(1) acknowledge that it is your responsibility to check with your Law Society to ensure that this BNL podcast episode can count toward your Professionalism Hours; 

(2) agree that we will not accept any liability and it is your responsibility to ensure that the BNL podcast qualifies as acceptable CPD in your province; and 

(3) agree to subscribe to the BNL mailing list.
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The Law Society of Prince Edward Island does not formally accredit providers or pre-approve any programs for CPD reporting purposes.  Instead, it is up to practising members to determine that the specific CPD activity meets the Law Society of Prince Edward Island’s requirements.  If so, practising members can claim the CPD activity. 

We believe that the Building NewLaw Podcast is an educational activity that satisfies the Law Society of Prince Edward Island’s CPD requirements (Professionalism Hours) if lawyers have: (1) listened to the online recording; (2) completed the episode verification examination; and (3) received our CPD certificate (“BNL CPD”).  

However, as you might expect, we will not accept any liability related to BNL CPD eligibility and it is your responsibility to ensure that the BNL CPD is acceptable.  If you have any concerns, we strongly recommend that you contact the Law Society of Prince Edward Island and review its guidelines. 

By completing and submitting your S01E11 verification exam, you:

(1) acknowledge that it is your responsibility to check with your Law Society to ensure that this BNL podcast episode can count toward your Professionalism Hours; 

(2) agree that we will not accept any liability and it is your responsibility to ensure that the BNL podcast qualifies as acceptable CPD in your province; and 

(3) agree to subscribe to the BNL mailing list.
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The Barreau du Québec automatically recognises CPD content that has been approved by another Canadian law society (i.e. the Law Society of Upper Canada or the Law Society of British Columbia) regardless of: (1) whether or not the member of the Québec Bar is a member of that other law society; and (2) whether or not this training activity is offered by the law society itself or by a supplier accredited by that law society.   

We believe that the Building NewLaw Podcast is an educational activity that satisfies the Barreau du Québec’s CPD requirements (Professionalism Hours) if lawyers have: (1) listened to the online recording; (2) completed the episode verification examination; and (3) received our CPD certificate (“BNL CPD”).     

However, as you might expect, we will not accept any liability related to BNL CPD eligibility and it is your responsibility to ensure that the BNL CPD is acceptable.  If you have any concerns, we strongly recommend that you contact the Barreau du Québec and review its guidelines. 

By completing and submitting your S01E11 verification exam, you:

(1) acknowledge that it is your responsibility to check with your Law Society to ensure that this BNL podcast episode can count toward your Professionalism Hours; 

(2) agree that we will not accept any liability and it is your responsibility to ensure that the BNL podcast qualifies as acceptable CPD in your province; and 

(3) agree to subscribe to the BNL mailing list.
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The Law Society of Yukon does not formally accredit providers or pre-approve any programs for CPD reporting purposes.  Instead, it is up to practising members to determine that the specific CPD activity meets the Law Society of Yukon’s requirements.  If so, practising members can claim the CPD activity. 

We believe that the Building NewLaw Podcast is an educational activity that satisfies the Law Society of Yukon’s CPD requirements (Professionalism Hours) if lawyers have: (1) listened to the online recording; (2) completed the episode verification examination; and (3) received our CPD certificate (“BNL CPD”).  

However, as you might expect, we will not accept any liability related to BNL CPD eligibility and it is your responsibility to ensure that the BNL CPD is acceptable.  If you have any concerns, we strongly recommend that you contact the Law Society of Yukon and review its guidelines. 

By completing and submitting your S01E11 verification exam, you:

(1) acknowledge that it is your responsibility to check with your Law Society to ensure that this BNL podcast episode can count toward your Professionalism Hours; 

(2) agree that we will not accept any liability and it is your responsibility to ensure that the BNL podcast qualifies as acceptable CPD in your province; and 

(3) agree to subscribe to the BNL mailing list.
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We recommend that you check with your Law Society/Bar Association to determine whether this Building NewLaw (“BNL”) podcast episode can count toward your professionalism hours.

As you might expect, we will not accept any liability related to BNL CPD eligibility and it is your responsibility to ensure that the BNL CPD is acceptable.  If you have any concerns, we strongly recommend that you contact your Bar Association/Law Society and review its guidelines. 

By completing and submitting your S01E11 verification exam, you:

(1) acknowledge that it is your responsibility to check with your Law Society/Bar Association to ensure that this BNL podcast episode can count toward your Professionalism Hours; 

(2) agree that we will not accept any liability and it is your responsibility to ensure that the BNL podcast qualifies as acceptable CPD in your jurisdiction; and 

(3) agree to subscribe to the BNL mailing list.
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Building NewLaw is still waiting for your law society to confirm that: (1) listening to the online recording; (2) completing the episode verification examination; and (3) receiving our CPD certificate meets your law society’s CPD requirements.    

We expect to receive confirmation soon.  In the interim, click “Keep me in the loop” and we will sign you up for the BNL newsletter and – as soon as we receive law society confirmation – we will send you an email update. *


 
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