- Admitted to the Bar, 1984, Manitoba; 1992, Ontario
- University of Saskatchewan
- University of Alberta (B.A., 1979; LL.B., 1982)
- Collaborative Law Training from International Academy of Collaborative Professionals programs in Vancouver, Toronto, New Orleans, Minneapolis, Chicago, Vancouver and Washington (2003, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2012, 2014, 2015)
- Comprehensive Mediation Internship Pilot Project, Government of Manitoba (1999).
- Comprehensive Family and Divorce Mediation – Daniel Hamoline (1997)
- Required Course for Arbitration Certification (2006)
Articles by Patricia Lane, Q.C.
Transforming Your Communication 3.5: A Powerful Non-Defensive Communication™ Workshop Series
Join us for any or all of the sessions! A Message from Sharon Ellison: I am delighted to be returning to Winnipeg where many of you have warmly welcomed me and appreciated my work. I am excited to facilitate this…
Crosswords and Collaborative Law
The transparency of receiving the legal information from both lawyers together builds a foundation to make decisions, as the parties do not have to second guess what the other party’s lawyer has said in their absence.
“Dear Madams, Attention John Smith” : The Business Case for Gender Inclusive Language
The business case for gender neutral language is simple. Proper gender inclusive language does not offend anyone. With gender exclusive language you run the risk of offending someone by the language being perceived as sexist.
I love the energy of the Women Lawyers Forum. I love the vibrancy of the sharing of ideas and resources. It makes it that much easier for us to create a more welcoming profession, and equitable community. I love the…