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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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Client-centred law office protocols
What does a client-centred approach to law practice actually look like? Two recent blog posts provide some helpful tips on how lawyers can better focus on the needs of their customers (aka clien ...
03/27/2015  |  Full Item >>
 
Don’t assume
Legal malpractice claims can arise out of circumstances where assumptions have been made that proved false. For example, you might assume that though you’re over-committed today, next month ...
03/06/2015  |  Full Item >>
 
When in doubt, don’t click
The invitation to click on links and attachments in email messages continues to tempt lawyers. As reported in the ABA Journal online, a lawyer in California recently fell victim to a hacker and lost ...
02/20/2015  |  Full Item >>
 
Marketing Your Practice
The January/February 2015 issue of Law Practice Management magazine is out and packed with articles focused on marketing your legal practice, and more. Some of the highlights inclu ...
02/11/2015  |  Full Item >>
 
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