“The Camera Never Lies – and Other Misconceptions about Evidence”


July 27, 2021, 12:00 MDT

Presentation – 60 minutes
Question & Answer – 30 minutes

We all use some form of evidence in our daily lives, even if it is just looking out the window to tell what the weather will be like today. In legal proceedings, evidence is the basis of good decisions and more care must be taken to “weigh” or evaluate evidence. This webinar will examine some common assumptions about evidence that may not be valid in proceedings before an administrative tribunal.

Webinar Fee – $149.00+gst


Leila Gosselin

Archie Zariski

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Leila GosselinMs. Gosselin received her B.A. (Criminology with Distinction 1986), and LL.B. (1989), from the University of Alberta. She articled with The City of Calgary Law Department in 1989 and was admitted to the Alberta Bar in 1990. She received her Chartered Mediator status in January 2000. 

Archie ZariskiProfessor, Legal Studies, Athabasca University / B.A. (Alberta), LL.B. (Alberta), LL.M. (York University), Grad. Dip. Higher Education (University of New South Wales). He has been on the faculty of Athabasca University since 2008 where he teaches Administrative Law among other subjects. Archie has been a faculty member of FOAJ for 13 years and teaches the courses Evidence and Interpreting Legislation. 

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