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Paul Wood
Consultant Legal Education & Competencies
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Linda Russell Dec 2
Looking to leave law practice but stay at the centre of BC legal developments? Do you enjoy writing and editing legal content and would like a little more work/life balance? is looking for a lawyer to join our dynamic team as a legal editor.
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Paul Wood Nov 18
⁩ Valley fog this morning from up in Tower Ranch.
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Paul Wood Nov 11
Replying to @HannahThibedeau
is awesome. A wonderful interview with a remarkable gentleman in the truest sense of the word.
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CBC British Columbia Nov 11
"What Don Cherry did was endorse a stereotype of the thankless immigrant, of an immigrant that isn't patriotic, of an immigrant that hasn't paid his way, and it's completely wrong," says First World War historian Steven Purewal.
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Paul Wood Sep 17
Replying to @DarrelPink
Agreed , with Prof. Mayson's "Finding 1: There is a discrepancy between consumer expectations of regulatory scope and protection, and the current ... reality of scope and protection." as the starting point.
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Paul Wood Sep 1
Replying to @jordan_law21
Alli’s work on “Foundations for Practice” and “Think Like a Client” redefined traditional views of lawyer competencies. Her legacy will be their continuing challenge to law schools and legal regulators.
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julian webb Aug 20
Diminishing professional legal education
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Paul Wood Jul 19
How is Kelowna tracking in terms of precipitation this July?
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Avnish Nanda Jul 15
On a day like today, this from feels particularly important, including for us in Canada: "Our daughter can seamlessly switch between English and Bengali, and it’s not a big deal because it’s part of her Canadian heritage."
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Warren Binford Jul 9
Please share widely. Our personal reports of what is being done to children by our government on our behalf has been labeled as "fake news" by the president on Twitter. 1/X
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Legal Futures Jul 1
ABSs having “direct and positive impact” on legal market – LSB
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Paul Wood Jun 23
Law Professor Describes Poor Conditions Where Migrant Children Are Held : NPR
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Jordan Furlong Jun 21
Just came across this post I wrote more than 10 years ago, and which is still dishearteningly relevant today.
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Paul Wood Jun 12
Brilliant use of technolgy.
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Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta May 16
The Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta supports openness within our court system regarding mental health issues. Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) Justice speaks publicly regarding his illness. See the full SCC news release:
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Paul Wood Apr 30
Replying to @karendyck
Largely because those answers have come from those involved in the current legal system, rather than starting with a clean slate, with no preconceptions.
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Paul Wood Apr 30
Replying to @karendyck
Great thread . There is a real need to step back to first principles, starting with what does dispute resolution and justice mean to the person seeking it, what are their needs? How do we get there?
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Paul Wood Apr 29
So true . What are the core competencies the program claims to deliver? Do these map to the practice of law? What are the expected outcomes? Are they achieved? Are the learning methods sound? The Centre for Legal Education, Nottingham Law School, is a thought leader.
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Gillian Hadfield Apr 28
Great Vancouver Sun piece today really captures the outrage: lawyers can fix the crisis but still refuse to do so. Let’s get the public thumping tables for change. People deserve affordable legal help.
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Paul Wood Apr 26
Replying to @DarrelPink
The regulators must create the space for this to happen.
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