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The Canadian Lawyers Insurance Association provides professional liability insurance for Canadian lawyers.

ON THIS WEBSITE:

ABOUT CLIA
CLIA’s history and guiding principles

LOSS PREVENTION
Access to Safe and Effective Practice, current and past issues of the Loss Prevention Bulletin, and archived news items

ANNUAL REPORTS
CLIA's annual reports dating back to 1997

LINKS
Links to provincial law society insurance programs and more

VOLUNTARY EXCESS PROGRAM
Information about and applications for voluntary excess professional liability insurance coverage available through CLIA

CONTACT
How to get in touch with CLIA’s program managers

 
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Clients at the Centre
Client relationships are central to a successful legal practice, whether the client is an individual, corporation or your employer. Strained client relations can soon lead to law society ...
06/21/2016  |  Full Item >>
 
Basics of Backup
Craig Ball, a U.S. lawyer, computer forensic examiner, law professor and noted authority on electronic evidence, recently rewrote his primer on backup systems, focused specifically on ...
06/08/2016  |  Full Item >>
 
Planning for Success
Most lawyers accept and understand that planning whether on individual files, or in respect of business sustainability, is a critical process in maintaining their legal practice. But fewer lawyers ...
05/24/2016  |  Full Item >>
 
Closing Your File
The value of consistent use of checklists as a risk management tool for lawyers cannot be overstated, as set out in Loss Prevention Bulletin #230, Checklists for Lawyers. Checklists are useful not ...
05/04/2016  |  Full Item >>
 
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