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Third Annual Council of Canadians with Disabilities (CCD) Conference

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130 Slater Street

Ottawa, ON K1P 6E2

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THIRD ANNUAL COUNCIL OF CANADIANS WITH DISABILITIES CONFERENCE:

Strategies for Competent and Ethical Disability Law Advocacy

The 3rd Annual Council of Canadians with Disabilities (CCD) Conference canvasses best practices for case management, high quality service, and client guidance in cases involving disability accommodations in both educational and workplace settings. The Conference Fundraiser is hosted by the CCD in partnership with the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law & Gillespie's.

This conference is accredited by the Law Society of Upper Canada.

This event will be webcast for satellite access. Please see the webcast ticket options and stay tuned for more information about how to connect.

Catering will be provided.



Featured Panelists

Mr. Peter Engelmann, Goldblatt Partners

Ms. Morgan Rowe, Raven Law

Ms. Erin Moores, Goldblatt Partners

Ms. Caterina Galati, The Law Society of Upper Canada




PETER ENGELMANN AND ERIN MOORES

Peter Engelmann is a labour and human rights lawyer, and founding partner of Engelmann Gottheil, a firm that merged its practice with Goldblatt Partners in 2005. Peter’s practice focuses on all aspects of labour law, human rights, pay and employment equity law and Charter litigation. He has appeared at all levels of court, including the Supreme Court of Canada, and appears regularly before arbitrators, human rights tribunals, and other administrative tribunals. Peter has also served as Commission counsel to a public inquiry. Peter is the co-author of Trade Union Law in Canada and speaks regularly at legal seminars on labour and human rights topics.

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MORGAN ROWE

Morgan Rowe is an associate lawyer at the Ottawa-based law firm of Raven, Cameron, Ballantyne & Yazbeck LLP. She practices mainly in the areas of union/employee-side labour and employment law and in human rights law before both the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal and Canadian Human Rights Tribunal. Morgan also has extensive experience working with community groups advocating on behalf of individuals with intellectual disabilities and injured workers. She is a co-author of Exploring Disability Identity and Disability Rights through Narratives: Finding a Voice of Their Own, a book examining the connections between law and disability in the lives of Canadians with disabilities.

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CATERINA GALATI

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Thank you to the following groups for contributing their time and energy toward this initiative:

Gillespie'sCCDUottawa Law

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