All of us at Singer Kwinter are grateful for the opportunities that the communities we serve have provided us. Giving back is our way of saying thank you. Whether through sponsoring events or awards, serving as a board member for a charity or association, helping to organize an event or working as a volunteer; when the community needs a hand, Singer Kwinter is happy to extend it.
This wonderful event provides a fantastic venue for industry networking, while helping to raise critically important funds for the Ontario Brain Injury Association and the Brain Injury Society of Toronto. These funds afford BIST and OBIA the opportunity to deliver important programs to individuals and families dealing with the effects of brain injury. To register for this event, please click here.
Program Title: Anatomy of a Trial: Demonstrations and Debriefs Presented By: The Ontario Bar Association Program Description: “Lawyers who know how to conduct trials tend to achieve the best out-of-court settlements for their clients. Even with trials disappearing, you can master the skill. Lawyers of all levels from the new litigator who has never conducted a trial, to the seasoned veteran, will gain the best techniques for conducting a jury
Attend this years’s Courthouse Series and bring your motions and applications advocacy to the next level. Dynamic live and video demonstrations will showcase tips on persuading the trier of fact, the policy and strategic considerations involved in complex motions and applications, and how to gather the evidence that you need to win. Topics Include: Summary Judgement Motions Effective Argument Motion for Disclosure Alf Kwinter, of Singer Kwinter, is one of
Singer Kwinter is proud to once again sponsor The Advocates’ Wine & Cheese with the Bench 2018: Description: Judges from all levels of court attend, offering an excellent opportunity for new lawyers to connect with the bench. Guests: This event is open to young lawyers and students-at-law. Members and non-members of The Advocates’ Society are welcome to attend. For more information, please visit: http://www.advocates.ca/TAS/