TLABC Wins Two International Awards
[San Diego, California] – July 28, 2019 – Trial Lawyers Association of BC has been named a winner of the Continuing Legal Education Program of the Year in the National Association of Trial Lawyer Executives (NATLE) Excellence Awards in the Best Programs category for the Trial by Fire No More education and networking series for new lawyers. These awards honour best-in-class products and services for trial lawyer associations in North America.
NATLE named the 2019 award winners at the 47th NATLE Annual Conference in San Diego, California, at the Awards Luncheon on Sunday, July 28. The NATLE Annual Meeting is the largest gathering of justice association executives in the USA and Canada.
The CLE of the Year award goes to a NATLE member association whose educational program significantly impacts attorneys in meaningful ways. The program must have clear objectives and provides supportive educational materials, content, and methods that are audience-appropriate. Lastly, the program is innovative and adaptable for other NATLE members to replicate and adapt in their CLE programs.
The National Association of Trial Lawyer Executives is an organization whose members are chief executives and staff of justice associations throughout the USA and Canada. Over 60 justice associations (voluntary bar associations) collectively represent over 60,000 attorneys, and together we work to ensure justice for all.
In addition, The Association for Continuing Legal Education (ACLEA) has awarded Trial Lawyers of BC (TLABC) one of only 10 annual awards granted to competitors representing more than 300 organizations worldwide.
An Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Best Programs category was given to TLABC for the Trial by Fire No More education and networking series for new lawyers.
ACLEA members are professionals in the fields of continuing legal education and legal publishing. Its annual ACLEA’s Best Awards are highly competitive and winning projects represent the highest level of achievement for the staff and volunteers involved.
ACLEA formally presented the award at the Annual Meeting of ACLEA in Chicago, IL on July 30, 2019.
Established in 1964, ACLEA is an international association. Members are primarily from the United States and Canada, with additional representation from the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Africa, and Mexico. Administrators, trainers, managers, educators, publishers, programmers and meeting professionals are all members of ACLEA.