Welcome to the CLIA website

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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Taming the Email Beast
As much as it is an efficient tool for communicating with clients, opposing counsel and your colleagues, effective email management eludes many lawyers. The goal of “inbox zero” is ...
12/15/2014  |  Full Item >>
 
YouTube for Lawyers and Law Firms
You may turn to YouTube for music videos, cat videos or even DIY help, but do you know it’s also a source for lawyers searching for practical information about the practice of ...
12/01/2014  |  Full Item >>
 
Practical tips for keeping all the balls in the air
Law Practice magazine is a valuable and free online resource from the American Bar Association’s Law Practice Division on issues related to practice management. The latest issue focuses on how ...
11/10/2014  |  Full Item >>
 
Technology, Ethics and Your Practice
In the course of using technology to support your legal practice, you may already have bumped up against ethical questions like: When should I use encryption? If I use cloud storage for ...
10/29/2014  |  Full Item >>
 
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