Darin Thompson's CPD Podcast

Darin Thompson's CPD Podcast

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What would happen if we combined Continuing Professional Development with the freedom and convenience of podcasts? I wanted to find out. Here’s the model: 1. Listen to an episode. 2. Do a quiz. 3. Claim your CPD credits.


24 Robert Lapper - Covering 4 Corners of Legal Service
Jul 3 • 94 min
23 Raven Lacerte - Moose Hide: the Indigenous-Led Innovation to End Violence Against Women and Children
Jun 10 • 95 min
22 Tara Vasdani - How to Do Law Remotely
May 21 • 83 min
21 Colin Macleod - Right, Wrong & Wicked Laws: How Can Anyone Decide?
May 10 • 122 min
20 Eike-Henner Kluge - COVID-19, Bioethics, Law and Decisions of the Most Difficult Kind
Apr 20 • 64 min
19 Jordan Furlong - How to Get Through a Pandemic and Build Better Justice & Legal Services for the Future
Apr 11 • 92 min
18 Brook Greenberg - Mental Health, Substance Use and an End to Suffering in Silence
Apr 2 • 119 min
17 Shannon Salter - The Civil Resolution Tribunal, Technology & Justice Redesigned for Users
Mar 24 • 134 min
16 Delena Hills - Justice & Legal Services for Clients with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)
Mar 10 • 93 min
15 Bruce Pinel - Managing Stress and Reaching Peak Mental Performance in your Law Practice
Feb 28 • 101 min
14 Jennifer Muller - Seeing the Justice System through a Self-Represented Litigant’s Eyes
Feb 16 • 102 min
13 Mitch Walker - Gladue Reports and the Healing Approach to Criminal Justice
Feb 2 • 106 min
12 Emily Laidlaw - Life Under the Rule of Villains, Vigilantes and Intermediaries in the Untamed World of the Internet
Jan 26 • 94 min
11 Hamar Foster - Religion, Blood, Ordeals, Battles and the Origins of the Common Law
Jan 10 • 116 min
10 Colin Lachance - AI Powered Legal Research with Canada’s Chief Legal Informatics Officer
Dec 31, 2019 • 114 min
9 Natalie Byrom - The Biggest Court Reform Project Ever Attempted Anywhere
Dec 17, 2019 • 131 min
8 Naomi Sayers - Trauma-Informed Practice & Cultural Competency
Dec 10, 2019 • 80 min
7 Julie Macfarlane - Champion of the Self-Represented
Nov 26, 2019 • 69 min
It’s really important that we understand that there are real people’s lives being affected by this crisis. It’s not just numbers. ~ Julie MacfarlaneDr. Julie Macfarlane (@ProfJulieMac) is a recognized leader behind the idea that we should turn the…
6 Katie Sykes - From Medieval Animal Trials to Intelligent Legal Tech and the Future of Law
Oct 22, 2019 • 123 min
How do I define success? Being useful. Making something better. We all have, in our jobs, these moments… we’re like: Why am I doing this? And I always have an answer. ~ Katie SykesProf. Katie Sykes (@katiesykes01) is a legal innovation powerhouse. She has…
5 Lauryn Kerr - Getting your Dream Law Job
Jul 11, 2019 • 99 min
“The big shifting point in my mentality was that I decided it wasn’t essential to me, or essential to my sense of identity, to be considered a lawyer or to work in a traditional legal career.” ~ Lauryn KerrLauryn Kerr (@lauryn_kerr) has a legal…
4 Rationalizing Openness
Apr 23, 2019 • 54 min
This episode considers how the openness principle, as commonly applied in our justice system, can come into conflict with considerations like information privacy and new technology.
3 Emotion in Online Dispute Resolution
Apr 23, 2019 • 47 min
This is episode 3 of my Continuing Professional Development podcast. It’s all about the capacity of online dispute resolution (ODR) to handle human emotion in the conflict resolution process.
2 Introduction to Online Dispute Resolution
Apr 23, 2019 • 79 min
This is episode 2 of my Continuing Professional Development podcast. It’s all about online dispute resolution, also called ODR.
1 Pilot Episode
Apr 23, 2019 • 9 min
This is episode 1 of my Continuing Professional Development podcast. It’s just a pilot episode that explains what this is all about.