QJ Law & Ethics Institute Presents

Lectures on Law & Ethics 
Comparative Studies In Talmudic & Civil Law

You'll want to be here for our fantastic lineup!

Tuesday, June 4, 2019
6 hours accredited by the Barreau du Quebec 

2 Sessions: 
Morning Session, 8 am - 11 am 
Evening Session, 5 pm - 8 pm

Each session is 3 accredited hours - $75 each or $125 for full day.
 
TOPICS & PRESENTERS
 
MORNING SESSION
8:00 am - 11:00 am
 
Class Action Lawsuits in Quebec: A review
 
Joey Zukran, B.C.L. and LL.B. McGill University. Called to the Bar 2016. Specialist Consumer Protection, anti-Trust and Class Action.
 
Legal Implications in Data & Privacy
What are the rights and responsibilities of holders of data, what are the rights to privacy in today's digital age?
 
Frederick Pinto, Member of the Quebec Bar since 2005, LL.M. in Public International Law – Leiden University, LL.B. (Hons.) in Common Law – Ottawa University, LL.L. in Civil Law – Ottawa University. Lecturer, writer.
 
Ethical Considerations in Data & Privacy
 
Rabbi Yossi Shanowitz, M.A. Talmudic Law in 1989 from the RCA. Accredited JLI instructor on ethics and law.
 
AFTERNOON SESSION
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
 
Acquiring Legal Consent for the care of the Elderly
As the population ages, what are the legal implications for acquiring legal consent for the care of the elderly.
 
Marie Christine Kirouack, called to the bar in 1991.
Executive Director of Quebec’s PAMBA, and is 2014 winner of (CBA) Legal Profession Assistance Conference (LPAC) Award of Excellence.
 
Succession and Inheritance
What are the parameters for succession and inheritance in Quebec and what are the Legal Implications and Considerations. A review of Quebec and Canadian Jurisprudence and a comparative view.
 
Justice Pepita Capriolo recently retired from the Quebec Court, to which she sat on since 1999. An honours graduate of Oxford University, she was called to the bar in 1976.
Rabbi Shlomo Yaffe masters in Jewish law at RCA - 1988. Dean for the Institute of American and Talmudic Law. Served as Scholar-in-Residence for Chabad of Harvard University.
 
Cost $125
6 FCO Credits for all sessions.
Individual Sessions $75 (3 FCO Credits)
Breakfast & Dinner Included
 
Location:
Chabad of Westmount
Tower 4 – Westmount Square
Suite 110