BarTalk | June 2011

  • June 01, 2011

Our accomplishments arise in part from the wisdom and experience of others. For younger lawyers or sole practitioners, obtaining that foundation can be difficult. Mentoring addresses this. We look at the many ways mentoring occurs in the British Columbia legal community.

In this Issue:

Departments

FROM THE PRESIDENT
Young or Old by Stephen McPhee

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Starting Fresh by Caroline Nevin

NOTHING OFFICIAL
Come to the Annual Conference in Vegas by Tony Wilson

ON THE WEB
CBA Resources for Young Lawyers by Patricia Jordan

PRACTICE TALK
Getting Back in Touch with the Future by David J. Bilinsky

DAVE’S TECH TIPS

Sections

SECTION UPDATE
Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Conference (SOGIC)
Young Lawyers – Okanagan
Young Lawyers – Victoria
Freedom of Information and Privacy Law

SECTION NEWS
New Section: Charity and Not-for-Profit Law Section

Features

Mentorship: A Beacon of Hope in the Practice of Law by Candace Cho

Supporting the Young Lawyer Experience by Gail Mckay

Up to Speed with the Aboriginal Lawyers Forum by Christina J. Cook

A Real Trend by Jasroop S. Grewal

Sharing Pearls of Wisdom by Nicole Byres

2011 Bartalk Reader Survey Results by Michael Welsh