On October 30, Edmonton lawyers Brooks Arcand-Paul and Sanjana Ahmed will present at the Indigenous HR Skill Builder Conference on recent developments in employment law.
Brooks and Sanjana’s workshop covers a wide variety of recent developments in employment law that impacts organizations including the implications of recreational cannabis legislation. Attendees will gain an understanding as to how to best move forward with implementation.
The conference organized by the Legacy Bowes Group runs from October 29-30 and offers a series of in-depth human resources workshops and bootcamps for professionals at different experience levels. Participants will learn key skills and take home practical tools and techniques that can be applied right away. The workshops are geared to the unique challenges faced by First Nation and Métis communities, the conference is directed to Band Managers, Administrators and Executive Directors, Chiefs and Councillors, HR Managers, program managers, finance managers, community health professionals, social workers and educational leaders.
About the Presenters
Brooks practises in the areas of Aboriginal law, employment, corporate/commercial and litigation, with particular expertise in First Nations matters. His experience with treaties gives him a strong foundation and appreciation for comprehensive negotiations and agreements.
Sanjana Ahmed carries on a general civil litigation practice, with a focus on estate litigation, corporate commercial disputes and employment litigation.