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CPD Requirements: The Law Society of the Northwest Territories requires members to complete a minimum of twelve (12) hours of CPD activity, including a minimum of two (2) hours focused on legal ethics or law practice management, during each membership year (April 1st to March 31st).
Completing Your CPD Requirements with PLI: It is each member's responsibility to ascertain whether an activity meets the criteria and qualifies as a CPD activity. Time accredited to a member's CPD must be relevant to a lawyer's professional needs, pertinent to long-term career interests as a lawyer, in the interests of the lawyer's employer, or related to lawyers' professional ethics and responsibilities. The learning activities should combine substantive, technical, and practical content. The subject matter does not need to deal primarily with Northwest Territories or Canadian law. Credit is available for subject matter related to the law of other jurisdictions. View PLI CPD activities that may be eligible for your CPD Annual Report.
Attendance Reporting: A member shall submit, at the time of their renewal of membership under Rule 59, a completed continuing professional development report and plan referred to in paragraph 59(b) certifying compliance.