Please join CARL for an exciting series of webinars that examine all aspects of inadmissibility under the IRPA. Webinars will highlight relevant jurisprudence and provide tips on how to effectively prepare and represent clients in fighting inadmissibility allegations.
For those of you that missed this series, you may still register here. Registration will give you access to a password enabling access to the recorded lectures available here.
The series originally ran every other Thursday at 2PM EST with each webinar lasting 60-90 minutes. Registration will allow you to (i) join in live to any upcoming webinars and (ii) view archived recording and presentation materials from previous webinars in the series. By the end of the series, all of the webinar recordings and presentation materials will be posted to this website and will be available exclusively for past registrants to review in the future.
JUNE 18 – Introduction to Series and Section 34 (Security)
Introduction to the Series: Lorne Waldman – Toronto
Section 34: Ron Poulton – Toronto
JULY 2 – Section 35 (Human Rights) and *bonus* 1F(a) exclusion
Dan Bohbot – Montréal
JULY 16 – Section 36 (Criminality)
Sam Loeb – Toronto
JULY 30 – Section 37 (Organized Criminality)
Erica Olmstead – Vancouver
AUGUST 13 – Section 38 (Medical):
Adrienne Smith – Toronto
AUGUST 27 – Section 40 (Misrepresentation)
Michael Bossin and Laila Demirdache – Ottawa
SEPTEMBER 10 – From Allegation to Adjudication (s.44 referrals, MDRs and admissibility hearings)
Aris Daghighian and Ali Esnaashar – Toronto
SEPTEMBER 24 – Ministerial Relief
Prasanna Balasundaram – Toronto
The entire series is $50 for CARL members and $100 for non-members. Click here to register for the inadmissibility webinar.
Unfortunately, due to technical limitations, we cannot offer access to individual webinars.
Why is there any fee? The fee for non-members reflects that, due to COVID-19, CARL is unable to host our national conferences. Our webinar series replaces our conferences as a means through which CARL raises funds for our ongoing advocacy and litigation on behalf of refugees.