BC Law Institute Survey: Law Reform Needs in BC

  • October 21, 2019

The BC Law Institute (BCLI) is BC’s independent, non-partisan law reform agency. The BCLI is also home to the Canadian Centre for Elder Law (CCEL).  

The BCLI and CCEL are asking for public and stakeholder input on current and emerging law reform needs in BC. They want to hear your thoughts on why their current law is not meeting your needs or the needs of your clients or those you serve. What are the problems that, if addressed, could help ensure BC’s legal system is modern, just and effective? Who would benefit?  What would change/What would change look like?


Who should complete this survey?
Members of the public and stakeholders including: 

  • members of the public
  • community groups
  • advocacy organizations
  • industry organizations  
  • professional organizations
  • academics and
  • the legal profession. 

How long is the survey?  
The survey will take approximately 7 minutes to complete for one suggestion depending on your additional comments. You can make up to 3 suggestions. Each additional one will take up to 5 minutes. 

When does the survey close? 
The survey is open until 9 am, November 12, 2019.


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