Wednesday September 27, 2017
9:00 am -12:00 noon
Macdonald Block, Queen’s Park
Kenora Nipigon Nipissing Room
900 Bay St. Toronto, ON
Fee: $150 + HST
REGISTRATION OPENS AUGUST 15th
Join Professor Barbara Morris (Ph. D., English, U of Toronto) for this lively workshop. "Writing Crisply" is an interactive workshop combining instructive presentations with practical, hands-on exercises that focus on how to produce clear, crisp writing at the level of paragraph, sentence, and word. The course is designed for tribunal and regulatory staff who write as part of their work, including emails and written communication to superiors, colleagues, and members of the public. Counsel may also attend. This course will be lively and lots of fun.
Speaker: Professor Barbara Morris, Humber College
Professor Morris has taught at Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice’s Decision Writing Seminar for Judges, Written Advocacy for Osgoode Hall, The School for Public Prosecutors’, SOAR/OPD's Advanced Decision Writing and The Parole Board of Canada’s ATRA conference. In addition she has conducted courses and given lectures for the Advocates’ Society, for the Ontario Masters, and for various legal firms and government organizations in Toronto.
This course will be lively and lots of fun. This course contains 2.5 CPD Professionalism Hours.
SOAR is a volunteer organization comprised entirely of members of the administrative justice community, whose mission is to promote administrative justice through education, advocacy and innovation. For more information, contact us at email@example.com
This workshop is brought to you by SOAR’s Administrative and Management Network (S.A.M.N.). S.A.M.N is a standing committee of SOAR whose purpose is to create a communication network of administrative/operational and management staff of agencies, boards and commissions, dealwith operational program and policy issues at the administrative level and share knowledge, tools, program templates, best practices, strategies, and other resources through meetings, events, "tool kits", websites, documents and various educational opportunities.
900 Bay Street,
|$150 + HST||$ 169.50|