CBA BC Branch President Confers Citations Upon Exceptional BC Lawyers

  • July 03, 2008

VANCOUVER – At the Canadian Bar Association, BC Branch Provincial Council meeting on June 21st 2008, President F. Kenneth Walton conferred citations upon six lawyers whose work with the Branch has been both exceptional and appreciated. The following CBA members received citations:

  • Ken Armstrong for outstanding work on the special project reviewing the role of elected representatives.
  • JP Boyd for exceptional contributions to the Legislation and Law Reform work of the CBA BC Branch, and in particular the Family Relations Act Review.
  • David Dundee for exceptional contributions to the Legislation and Law Reform work of the CBA BC Branch, and in particular the Family Relations Act Review.
  • Debbie Granger for outstanding contributions to the success of Law Week in the Province of BC.
  • Judith Janzen for outstanding work as Chair of the Membership Committee for 2007-08.
  • Eugene Raponi for outstanding work as chair of the Advisory Committee to the Judicial Council of BC.


CBABC President F. Kenneth Walton (left) presents Ken Armstrong, of the firm Stewart & Company, with a Presidential Citation.

 

CBABC President F. Kenneth Walton (right) presents J P Boyd, of the firm Aaron Gordon & Daykin with a Presidential Citation.

 

CBABC President F. Kenneth Walton (left) presents David Dundee, of the firm Paul and Company with a Presidential Citation.

 

CBABC President F. Kenneth Walton (left) presents Debbie Granger, of the Ministry of the Attorney General with a Presidential Citation.

 

CBABC President F. Kenneth Walton (right) presents Judith Janzen, of the firm Kuhn & Company, with a Presidential Citation.

 

CBABC President F. Kenneth Walton (left) presents Eugene Raponi of the firm Waddell Raponi with a Presidential Citation.

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