Our 2017 Conference, jointly presented with Family Mediation Canada, will be held in Toronto on November 20 (at the DoubleTree Hilton) and November 21 (at the Law Society of Upper Canada.)
- FMC & FDRIO AGMs
- Keynote Speaker: Justice David Steinberg on “UFC Retrospective”
- Keynote Speaker: Dr. Michael Saini on “How I Lost My Neutrality”
- 2 Panels and 12 Workshops
- Cocktail party
- Exhibitors, promotions and more
Accommodations & Flights:
There are a limited number of rooms available at the DoubleTree by Hilton available for November 19th and 20th, 2017 at the special rate of $159 per room per night. Contact Mathew Smith at Hilton Hotels for more information.
If you are coming from out of town, FDRIO has secured an airfare discount with WestJet: 10% off Econo or 15% off Plus base fares. To take advantage of this offer, you will need to enter the coupon code MP1DYGF and promo code YYZ03 if you are booking with a Travel Agent.
The FDRIO AGM will be held over the lunch hour on November 20th.
The FMC AGM will be held over the lunch hour on November 21st.
All registered attendees are welcome to attend the cocktail reception on November 20th from 5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The evening will feature the FDRIO and FMC awards as well as the launch of Lorne Wolfson’s book “Settling Family Law Cases” to be published by Thomson Reuters this fall.
On November 20th there will be a silent auction of items to be donated by FDRIO and FMC members and guests. All donations will receive a charitable receipt.
The Live Role-Play for FMC Certification on November 21st from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. requires pre-registration. Please tick the appropriate box on the Conference Registration Form for more information.
Applications for CPD hours are pending.
The Early Bird rate is available until September 8, 2017.
Be a Conference & FDRweek Sponsor!
Our sponsorship opportunities are still open. See the grid below; contact Lorne Wolfson at email@example.com if you wish to be a sponsor this year.
Registration Opens: 8:00am
Program Begins: 9:00am sharp!
Program Ends: 5:15pm
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