Continuing Professional Education at the Movies

Accredited CPE/CPD programs featuring engaging documentaries

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group screenings

Our programs can be delivered to groups either online or in-house with a live panel and networking opportunities.

live events

The 2019 Fall Live Events program has been announced! Attend one of our exciting events, earn CPE/CPD credits at the movies, and enjoy networking with fellow practitioners, colleagues and field experts.

Pro Bono Social Mandate

UDocs provides complimentary Pro Bono programs to legal and business professionals as well as aspiring professionals (university students). Visual legal advocacy is a vital part of UDocs’ legal and business education offering. Pro Bono programs support the UDocs Social Mission Mandate to provide continuing professional development (CPD) to advance the rule of law, professional ethics, social and environmental justice and corporate social responsibility, access to justice, human rights, equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI), wellness and mental health.

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CPE/CPD Accreditation or Approval

All UDocs programs are approved as valid continuing professional education activities by various professional organizations in Canada and in some jurisdictions in the United States.

Accreditation information is available in more detail for each particular program.

Featured Program

Collared – Insider Trading Prevention and Education

Learn from the story and revealing testimony of an ex-insider trader who is still struggling with the tragic consequences of what was the most prolonged insider trading scheme ever discovered by American and Canadian securities investigators.

This engaging edutainment program will benefit all professionals who want to understand how ethical decision-making impacts business and personal lives, and how the line between ethical and unethical decision making can be blurred, complex and confusing process over time.


News & Updates

Prosecuting Evil – Law, Justice, Human Rights, Nuremberg Trials, and the Holocaust

Prosecuting Evil – Law, Justice, Human Rights, Nuremberg Trials, and the Holocaust

Join us on January 16, 2020 at 6:30 pm at the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema in Toronto for the screening of the film Prosecuting Evil followed by a panel of featured experts. They will provide their view on lessons that can be drawn from history to address some of the challenges of our time such as the rise of populism, anti-Semitism, and racism in the Canadian society and around the world.

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