How to create and host a good legal information webinar in 2022

About Webinar

Running Time:
60 min
Isabelle Bourgeois, Amber Chisholm, Paula Price

As we move into another year of online programming, our speakers present best practices, tips, and lessons learned on how to create and host a good legal information webinar in 2022. The speakers address the following three main questions:

  1. What are the key considerations for preparing a webinar?
  2. What are the best ways to keep attendees engaged during a webinar?
  3. What is one thing you do after your webinar is complete to benefit your audience and your organization?

The speakers provide key takeaways, answering each of these questions during this 60-minute moderated webinar.


Speaker Bio

Isabelle Bourgeois joined Éducaloi in March 2019 as an education adviser. Her mission is to develop and promote a shared vision and collaborative approach to legal education at Éducaloi. Drawing on her expertise, she supports and advises her teammates in the development of educational activities and tools designed to enhance the legal knowledge of citizens. Isabelle has a graduate degree in education, a master’s degree in international law, and has worked as a lecturer in political science, as an education consultant for the United Food and Commercial Workers Union and, most recently, as an education specialist at Equitas – International Centre for Human Rights Education.

Amber Chisholm is a queer lawyer working in Fredericton New Brunswick as the Acting Associate Director of Public Legal Education and Information Service of New Brunswick (PLEIS-NB), a non-profit organization that informs New Brunswickers about the law, and their legal rights and obligations. Amber is a founding board member of Imprint Youth Association for 2SLGBTQIA+ Youth and Young Adults. She also acts as an organization partner and supervisor for the Imprint Trans ID Clinic organized through the UNB chapter of Probono students Canada. Amber’s hobbies include community theatre, painting, and complaining about twitter culture to her many pets.

Paula Price is a Legal Specialist in Digital Education and works with the team at People's Law School to create webinars that help members of the public deal with their everyday legal problems. Paula draws from her prior experience as a civil litigator and from her current practice as an executive coach to create programming that engages members of the public and empowers them to take their next step. Paula continues to seek new ways to leverage technology and social media to connect people and ideas and increase access to information. Contact Paula at