The Canadian Corporate Counsel Association (CCCA) is the national voice and forum for in-house counsel in Canada.

Our members are lawyers practicing in corporations, business enterprises, associations, institutions, not-for-profit organizations, government and regulatory boards and agencies, Crown corporations, and regional or municipal corporations. We also welcome associate members from law firms whose support and expertise enrich our educational programs and events.

Established in 1988 and now more than 4500 in-house counsel strong, the CCCA is proud to be affiliated with the Canadian Bar Association (CBA), the essential ally and advocate of all members of the legal profession in Canada. Membership benefits include:

  • Of-the-moment professional development offerings tailored to the needs of in-house counsel
  • A Mentoring Program that matches more experienced CCCA members with those newer to the in-house profession
  • The CCCA National Conference, the largest yearly gathering of in-house counsel in Canada
  • Advocacy initiatives focused on the in-house counsel profession
  • Local connections to in-house counsel in your community through CCCA Sections across the country
  • International connections to in-house counsel around the world through In-House Counsel Worldwide
  • Certified In-House Counsel – Canada (CIC.C), a certification program bridging the knowledge gap between law school and the realities of the in-house counsel profession
  • Access to insightful survey results about the in-house counsel profession, the attitudes and opinions of in-house counsel, and compensation trends for in-house counsel
  • Access to all the resources, professional development and advocacy of the Canadian Bar Association

Interested in joining the CCCA? Click here. Please note the CBA handles all CCCA membership requests.

CCCA Events & Resources

CBA Tax Law for Lawyers Conference

May 27 - Jun. 1, 2018
Niagara-on-the-Lake ON

Now in its 24th year the CBA Tax Law for Lawyers Conference was developed by senior tax law specialists to assist junior tax specialists and non-specialists in the practical applications of Canadian tax law.

Six days of sessions have been designed to allow conference participants an opportunity to learn from speakers in plenary and panel discussion formats. Registrants will also participate in small group workshops led by tax experts who will work through case studies and problems, highlighting significant issues and sharing their practical experience. These hands-on training sessions will provide the optimal learning experience for people interested in expanding their understanding of corporate and personal taxation, and estate planning concepts.

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Useful Resources
Forms available to download for income tax filing in Canada.
Hear David J. Rotfleisch discuss timely and highly topical tax matters during appearances and interviews with specialist publications.
Useful explanatory videos of income tax matters.
The following questions and answers are based on the proposed measures that were announced on December 7, 2015.
The official Government website of the CRA.
This guide is for any person who deals with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). The guide gives you information on the 16 rights set out in the Taxpayer Bill of Rights and explains what you can do if you believe that the CRA has not respected your rights.
The Office of the Taxpayers' Ombudsman (OTO) works to enhance the Canada Revenue Agency's (CRA) accountability in its service to, and treatment of, taxpayers and benefit recipients through independent and impartial reviews of service-related complaints and systemic issues.
Ontario personal income tax is an annual tax collected from individuals who are Ontario residents on the last day of the tax year or have income earned in Ontario for the tax year.
The following documents provide instructions for filing your 2015 income tax return.
If you earned income in B.C. or operated a Corporation with a permanent establishment in B.C. last year you need to file an income tax return. Find out when you need to file your income tax return, and if any tax credits or rebates apply to you.
Generally, a corporation must file an Alberta corporate income tax return (AT1) for each taxation year during which it has a permanent establishment in Alberta.
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