Facing upcoming legal proceedings? Join a psychologist and lawyer to learn how to stay in the good books in (and out of) court.
Do you want to "stay in the good books" during your upcoming legal proceedings? Join us on Thursday, Feb 23rd at 7 pm as we speak about the psychological and legal side of your role in court.
Provisional psychologist and CCMF Alberta counsellor Tanis Moore will be speaking about managing emotions and behaviour during legal proceedings. While Charles Fair will speak about the legal side of your roles and expectations.
Charles Fair has been practicing law for nearly 30 years and founded Fair Legal because he is passionate about helping others, ensuring their rights are protected and that they are treated fairly. Fair Legal deals with Criminal, Family, and Civil Litigation matters.
Stay in the Good Books - How to conduct yourself in (and out) of Court
Presented by the Canadian Centre for Men and Families.This is a free event and will be held on Zoom. The Zoom link will be available through Eventbrite upon your registration, or you can look forward to an email with the link on January 26th at noon.
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Free webinar via Zoom
Thursday, February 23rd, at 7 pm MDT.
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Contact Calgary Family Lawyer Charles Fair
Charles Fair has been practicing law for nearly 30 years and founded Fair Legal because he is passionate about helping others, ensuring their rights are protected and treated fairly. Fair Legal deals with Criminal, Family, and Civil Litigation matters.
Contact Calgary family lawyer Charles Fair at 1 (403) 239-2249 to schedule a confidential meeting with a member of our legal team.
Calgary lawyer Charles Fair brings over 30 years of experience to Fair Legal in criminal, family and civil litigation. Charles draws on his personal experiences related to each field of law which helps him to understand and relate with each of his clients. He is compassionate, caring, and will always be your champion for justice when life gets messy.