<span style="font-size: 22pt";>The Future of Law</span>

The Future of Law

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David Bilinsky sums it up: “Law is... at a crossroads.” There is a crippling need for improvement in justice, coupled with concerns about ending up in a “Black Mirror” episode. Learn about A2JBC’s triple aim, AI use in BC justice, changing regulation of the profession, and resurgence of Indigenous justice. Contributors include The Honourable Robert Bauman, Deputy Attorney General Richard Fyfe, QC and Professor Gillian Hadfield.

— Brandon D. Hastings, BarTalk Chair, co-founder of Vancouver Legal Hackers & founder of The Justice Hack

Columns

Features

Margaret A. Mereigh
FROM THE PRESIDENT
The Innovation Conversation

Are you participating?

By Margaret A. Mereigh

The Honourable Robert Bauman
The Future of Law

How the Access to Justice Triple Aim can make a difference

By The Honourable Robert Bauman

Kerry L. Simmons, QC
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
The Voice of the Membership: What You Say Matters

By Kerry L. Simmons, QC

Richard Fyfe, QC
AI and the Future of Law

By Richard Fyfe, QC

Encompassing Indigenous Law
Indigenous Matters
Encompassing Indigenous Law

Are we living in an emerging era of Indigenous renaissance in Canadian law?

By Randy Robinson

Salman Azam
Artificial Intelligence, the “AI Justice Challenge” and the Future of Law

By Salman Azam

David J. Bilinsky
PRACTICE TALK
The Future of Law

Which road shall we choose?

By David J. Bilinsky

Lauryn Kerr & Temitayo Osinbajo
ODR: An Environmental Alternative

Four ways the CRT is doing more, by doing less

By Lauryn Kerr & Temitayo Osinbajo

Tony Wilson
NOTHING OFFICIAL
I Wish to Apologize (Sort of)

The non-apology apology as an art form

By Tony Wilson, QC

Lisa Picotte-Li
Regulating the Future

Things that can be done today

By Lisa Picotte-Li

Gillian Hadfield
GUEST COLUMN
Gillian Hadfield

On appropriate regulation of legal service providers

By Brandon D. Hastings

Lisa Jean Helps
Solicitor Client Privilege

The electronic future

By Lisa Jean Helps

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