Tech & Litigation: 
Shifting Paradigms

Masterclass Panel Discussion Series

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The latest event in the Masterclass series revealed how various elements of the Canadian Court system have undertook a significant yet necessary turn towards adapting technology in the courtroom. 
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Masterclass #3 wrap-up

On April 22, LexisNexis Canada was pleased to present the third masterclass panel discussion in our series: Tech & Litigation, Shifting Paradigms.
We were joined by members of the judiciary who brought different perspectives and experiences and shared their thoughts on the topic of Technology driving change in Canadian court systems.
We thank our esteemed guests, Justice Joseph Kenkel of Ontario Court of Justice, Chief Judge Pamela Williams of The Provincial Court of Nova Scotia and Justice April D. Grosse of the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta in Calgary for bringing diverse viewpoints to our audience during this Masterclass event.
Those who attended the live webinar can claim 1 hour of CPD time as follows:

  • Ontario - Professionalism CPD
  • British Columbia - Practice Management CPD. To claim your credit, log into the BC Law Society website using your lawyer login and search for the course: "Masterclass: Technology driving change in Canadian court systems".
  • Other jurisdictions - Please claim in accordance with your law society reporting requirements for CPD

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Masterclass discussion panel series

Review the topics scheduled for the next events in the series in the table below. Use the form on this page to pre-register.

Tech & Litigation: Shifting Paradigms - Series Topics

Event date


The impact and transformative influence of AI on the legal industry

July 7, 2021


Legal Operations and how technology can help legal departments manage legal spend and outside counsel 

September 29, 2021


Technology driving change in Canadian court systems

April 22, 2022


The evolution of legal tech in other common law systems around the world impacting Canada

September 15, 2022


To gain access to either one of the previous masterclass recorded video sessions, please fill in the form on this page.

CPD Hours

LexisNexis has been approved as an Accredited Provider of Professionalism Content by the Law Society of OntarioLexisNexis Canada has been approved as an Accredited Provider of Professionalism Content by the Law Society of Ontario.

Each event in this series is accredited for 1.0 CPD hour eligible for all Canadian jurisdictions. Eligibility may vary based on provincial regulations. Please claim in accordance with your law society reporting requirements for CPD.