On Wednesday, October 13th, Associate Irina Rosca will be chairing a live online event hosted by the Young Advocates’ Standing Committee (YASC) titled, “Top Mistakes in the First 5 Years & How To Avoid Them.” The event is being organized by Irina. Firm partner Jennifer Bezaire will also be in attendance as a speaker.
The event will focus on how Windsor junior lawyers and students can enhance their knowledge and skillset, prepare for the first five years of practice and what mistakes to avoid along the way in the profession, among other insights.
The live online event will run from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. The event is free for members of The Advocates’ Society (TAS). Student attendees will also receive a complimentary membership to the TAS.
We are very proud of Irina and Jennifer and look forward to the event.
Tomorrow, June 30th, associate lawyer Irina Rosca will take part in a presentation for Community Legal Aid (CLA) titled, “Private-Practice, Life After Law School.”
CLA is a joint project between the University of Windsor’s Faculty of Law and Legal Aid Ontario, offering legal services to low-income residents from the Windsor-Essex area.
CLA also provides Windsor law students with opportunities to advocate with and on behalf of the local community. The clinic serves as a learning environment for students to help build their advocacy and litigation skills.
For most people, law school is the ultimate goal. However, once a student graduates from law school, there are so many different avenues that may be available, including private law practice.
Irina will be discussing this and more at the clinic. While attending law school, she volunteered as a group leader and litigator with Community Legal Aid.
We look forward to the presentation.
On Tuesday, June 1st, associate Irina Rosca will take part in a webcast for the Canadian Bar Association (CBA) titled, “Regional Round-Up: Key Updates for Civil Proceedings Across Ontario.” The CBA is the largest professional association for lawyers in Canada with over 36,000 active members.
The event will be broadcast over the internet and run from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Registration is open to members and non-members. Participants can be eligible to receive up to one substantive hour of Continued Professional Development (CPD) credits.
Program highlights include updates on key civil litigation practices and court processes, how these changes have impacted court-related interactions in the province as well as insight into future civil matters that may affect your region.
We are very proud of Irina
and look forward to the event.
The event will focus on the most effective ways young Windsor litigators can maximize their productivity, and market and build their practice, among other legal advice.
The TAS mentoring event will run from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Mentees will be assigned to a small group and meet with their mentor in an online breakout room via Zoom. Registration is open to everyone.
All participants in the program can be eligible to receive up to 1.5 professionalism hours of Continued Professional Development (CPD) credits.
We are very proud of Dina and Irina and look forward to the event.
Greg Monforton & Partners is pleased to announce that our Associate Irina Rosca has been selected to serve as a member of The Advocates’ Society’s Young Advocates’ Standing Committee (YASC) for the 2020/21 term.
Since 1963, The Advocates’ Society is Canada’s premier provider of advocacy skills training, offering special litigation programs, resources as well as community, networking and mentoring events.
YASC is the young lawyers’ division of The Advocates’ Society, geared towards endorsing the interests of lawyers within the first ten years of their respective practice, mostly in litigation.
Consisting of about 40 members, YASC connects youth advocates with volunteer opportunities and supports the activities of the Advocates’ Society’s Board of Directors and the various sub-committees of the Board.
YASC members must also reapply every two years.
We are so proud of Irina and look forward to hearing all about her work on the Board.
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