The Canadian Association for Legal Ethics/Association canadienne pour l’ethique juridique (CALE/ACEJ) is a federal not-for-profit company whose members are academics, lawyers, regulators and judges interested in topics related to ethics and professionalism in the Canadian legal profession. CALE/ACEJ seeks to encourage and facilitate debate on issues of ethics and professionalism in Canada, and to increase awareness about those issues in the public, the profession and the judiciary.
The directors of CALE/ACEJ are Basil Alexander, Brent Cotter, Richard Devlin, Jula Hughes, Andrew Flavelle Martin, Pooja Parmar, Stephen Pitel, Marie-Claude Rigaud, Alain Roussy, Amy Salyzyn and Noel Semple. For the bylaws, click: CALE By-Law No 1
The officers for 2019-2020 are:
- Chair of the Board: Richard Devlin
- President: Amy Salyzyn
- Vice-President: Stephen Pitel
- Corporate Secretary and Treasurer: Basil Alexander
- Chief Information Officer: Amy Salyzyn
- Conference Coordinator: Frances Chapman
If you are interested in joining the listserv, please contact Professor Amy Salyzyn at the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law at email@example.com.
If you have comments on our website, would like us to link your website, or post information please contact Amy Salyzyn at firstname.lastname@example.org.