Law Day Talks
Originated by the Canadian Bar Association in 1983, Law Day is a national event every April to celebrate the signing of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. It is aimed at increasing public awareness and understanding of the law and the justice system, and the role of judges and lawyers.
As part of our outreach activities, during the last two weeks in April, we offer high schools across Canada the opportunity to have a judge give a virtual talk on the vital role the judiciary serves in guaranteeing an open, independent and unbiased judicial system. This is an excellent opportunity for students to learn about how the Canadian justice system works and have their questions answered.
These free sessions are delivered by our national member network in their communities. For questions and to be added to the notification list to book a talk, please email us.