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uLaw for Bookkeepers who have/want clients in the Legal Profession

uLaw is a Canadian, cloud based, integrated legal practice management, general accounting and trust accounting, system accessible anywhere, anytime from any device. Simplified accounting, built in Law Society guidelines, automated court forms and powerful analytics allow solos and small law to operate efficiently, saving time and money with the comfort in knowing they are compliant with law society regulations.
We are expanding across Canada with a competitive partner program and we are looking for legal bookkeeping partners to assist us.
For more information on uLaw go to our web site www.ulawpractice.com and to see what our users think go to Capterra.
If you are interested in this opportunity and would like more information you can contact Glenn Myers (glenn.myers@superfluidsoftware.com) or call 416 347 7551.

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CBA Committees

The CBA Board of Directors have established the following committees which all CBA members in good standing are invited to sit on. The Committees are:

Education Committee

  • Research education resources and determine which resources are best for the CBA Members,  review requests for education partnerships and determine if curriculum is suitable to be endorsed  by the CBA,
  • Develop criteria for testing CE/PD Credits
  • Ensure courses are current
  • Develop new courses (research educators)
  • Review & evaluate education offerings from other sources
  • Assure education opportunities keep pace with current technology and market conditions

Marketing Committee

  • Develops strategies on how to communicate a not-for-profit’s message to potential members and to generate interest in the causes it represents. Marketing committee is responsible for “getting the word out”, some of which include press releases, radio announcements, billboards and direct mail campaigns.

Membership Committee

  • Membership Committee members act as champions to promote a membership community for members of the organization. The Membership Committee is responsible for creating, implementing and support initiatives for membership engagement and retention, as well as future growth strategies.

Designation Committee

  • Researching criteria for certification according to the Standards Council of Canada.
  • Developing procedures to fulfill all requirements necessary to apply for designation

Media Committee

  • Day to day upkeep of social networking sites, inform members of various events/occasions, enhance CBA presence on social media, engage members utilizing Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, etc

  •  Work with other members of the committee to develop and implement consistent key messages

Practice Committee

  • Responsible for reviewing existing form letters and developing new ones

If you are interested in serving on any of these committees, please let the Board know by emailing the Board at cbadirectors@canadianbookkeepersassociation.com.  All committees report to the Board of Directors on a regular basis.

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Accredited Educators

The CBA is pleased to accredit the following for Bookkeeping/Accounting courses:

 

  • Universal Accounting — Professional Bookkeeper Course
  • Thompson Rivers University – Open Learning – Business
  • Ashton College – Bookkeeping
  • The Knowledge Bureau’s — Certified Bookkeeping Specialist Course
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