After a successful conference and live webinar, the ICCLR has published the webcast for on-demand viewing. Experts from across B.C. presented this first of a series of professional development days, for local government related professionals, on issues relating to conflict of interest, fraud and corruption.
• what are and are not conflicts of interest, fraud and corruption
• standards of conduct the law requires of staff and elected officials
• issues in local government ethics from the view of an experienced CAO
• what to do in order to best mitigate risks before they happen
• practical methods and tools to help you identify issues when they are happening
• lessons learnt from real-life examples
• challenges of infrastructure and resource projects
• an overview of tools and practices to respond if any issues occur
This on-demand webinar will interest:
• Local government mayors, officials, officers, councilors, managers and planners
• Municipal directors
• Municipal legal counsel
• Lawyers practicing municipal law
• Risk managers
• Developers and engineers
• Consultants to local government
• Financial auditors
• Law enforcement officials
• Academics practicing good governance, public policy and local government management / administration
The Law Society of British Columbia has approved this webinar as an archived webcast for 6 hours of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credits. The webinar must be viewed with another lawyer or articling student in order to be eligible for CPD credits.
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