CPD Podcast

What would happen if we combined Continuing Professional Development with the freedom and convenience of podcasts? I wanted to find out.

Here’s the model:

A. Listen to an episode.

B. Do a quiz.

C. Claim your CPD credits.


(If you use a podcast app, search for episodes using my name, then come back to the pages below to access the quizzes).

Don’t forget to sign up for new episode announcements and more here!

(#32) Albert Battel – The Nazi Lawyer Who Said No

(#31) Stephen Lindsay – Human Memory: From Facts to Falsehoods

(#30) Glenn Tkach – Really Gay Legal History

(#29) Nicole Aylwin – Managing Stress through Mindfulness and Yoga Therapy

(#28) Brandon Hastings – Hacking, Access and the Young Lawyers’ Soapbox

(#27) Major Sherry MacLeod – The Armed Forces Lawyer

(#26) Monica Goyal – How to Engineer the Future of Law & Justice

(#25) Brent Snook – Deception Detection and Using Science to Improve Justice 

(#24) Robert Lapper – Covering 4 Corners of Legal Service 

(#23) Raven Lacerte – Moose Hide: the Indigenous-Led Innovation to End Violence Against Women and Children

(#22) Tara Vasdani – How to Do Law Remotely

(#21) Colin Macleod – Right, Wrong & Wicked Laws: How Can Anyone Decide?

(#20) Eike-Henner Kluge – COVID-19, Bioethics, Law and Decisions of the Most Difficult Kind

(#19) Jordan Furlong – How to Get Through a Pandemic and Build Better Justice & Legal Services for the Future

(#18) Brook Greenberg – Mental Health, Substance Use and an End to Suffering in Silence

(#17) Shannon Salter – The Civil Resolution Tribunal, Technology & Justice Redesigned for Users

(#16) Delena Hills – Justice & Legal Services for Clients with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) 

(#15) Bruce Pinel – Managing Stress and Reaching Peak Mental Performance in your Law Practice

(#14) Jennifer Muller – Seeing the Justice System through a Self-Represented Litigant’s Eyes

(#13) Mitch Walker – Gladue Reports and the Healing Approach to Criminal Justice

(#12) Emily Laidlaw – Life Under the Rule of Villains, Vigilantes and Intermediaries in the Untamed World of the Internet

(#11) Hamar Foster – Religion, Blood, Ordeals, Battles and the Origins of the Common Law

(#10) Colin Lachance – AI Powered Legal Research with Canada’s Chief Legal Informatics Officer

(#9) Natalie Byrom – The Biggest Court Reform Project Ever Attempted Anywhere

(#8) Naomi Sayers – Trauma-Informed Practice & Cultural Competency

(#7) Julie Macfarlane – Champion of the Self-Represented

(#6) Katie Sykes – From Medieval Animal Trials to Intelligent Legal Tech and the Future of Law

(#5) Getting your Dream Law Job – Lauryn Kerr

(#4) Rationalizing Openness: Privacy & Access to Court and Tribunal Records 

(#3)  Emotion in Online Dispute Resolution

(#2) Introduction to Online Dispute Resolution 

(#1) Pilot episode 

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