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

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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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Mental Health & Wellness in the Legal Profession
The Canadian Bar Association recently rolled out a new and free online course for lawyers, Mental Health and Wellness in the Legal Profession. Co-sponsored by CBA Wellness, Mood Disorders ...
08/28/2015  |  Full Item >>
 
Don’t Forget the Limitation Date!
Missed limitation dates continue to result in a significant number of malpractice claims against lawyers every year. In the post, Don’t Blow it with those Statutes of Limit ...
07/31/2015  |  Full Item >>
 
Keeping Clients at the Centre
The experience your clients have when they walk through your office doors may well determine not only if they return, but also if they’ll refer others to you. As Jay Reeves points out in ...
07/17/2015  |  Full Item >>
 
Risk Management in a Wills and Estates Practice
Ever wonder what kind of errors in wills and estate matters result in malpractice claims? Ontario’s LawPro has just published a Wills and Estates Claims Malpractice Factsheet that ...
07/03/2015  |  Full Item >>
 
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