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The Continuing Legal Education Society of BC

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About

The Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia is the most respected and most often relied upon source of continuing professional education for British Columbia lawyers and their support staff. We believe that continuous learning and development of our employees is key to our success. We foster a culture of innovation by hiring great people and supporting them in developing their talents.

Who are we

CLEBC delivers the most reliable and practical BC-specific legal education and information direct from leading members of the legal community.
The Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia (CLEBC) is an independent non-profit society incorporated in December 1976. CLEBC is the most respected and most often relied upon source of continuing professional education for British Columbia lawyers and their support staff.

Our mandate is to meet the present and future educational needs of the legal profession in British Columbia. Our goal is to develop an ongoing long-term relationship with every lawyer in the province. Everyone on our staff is eager to hear your comments and suggestions on how we can accomplish this goal.

CLEBC relies heavily on volunteer contributors from the legal community, who write the publications, present at courses, and act as members of editorial boards for publications. General operations are funded from the sales of products and services. CLEBC has a staff of approximately 50 employees.

Board of Directors
The Continuing Legal Education Society of BC is governed by a Board of Directors appointed by the University of British Columbia, the University of Victoria, the Law Society of BC, and the BC Branch of the Canadian Bar Association. Our directors represent all facets of the profession and all regions of the province. We acknowledge their significant contribution.