The Canadian Bar Association (CBA) has opened registration for a series of lectures on digital literacy in the law. The aim is to equip legal practitioners with the digital skills to ensure that both their and their clients’ personal information is being properly handled and secured in a digital environment. The programme has been launched in light of the increase in the use of innovative technologies in law firms, as well as the increasing likelihood of virtual courtrooms and hearings.

Topics covered by the sessions will include

  • Protection of technology and the risks of downplaying cybersecurity
  • cyber resilience in lawyers and law firms
  • digital authentication

Read the Bar Association’s announcement on the programme.

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