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Funding Notice: The Law Foundation Legal Research Fund

  • June 21, 2018

The Law Foundation of British Columbia has established a fund of $100,000 per year to support legal research in British Columbia. The purpose of the fund is to support legal research projects that “advance the knowledge of law, social policy, and the administration of justice”.

Appointment to the Supreme Court of BC

  • June 15, 2018

Geoffrey B. Gomery, Q.C., a partner at Nathanson Schachter & Thompson is appointed a judge of the Supreme Court of British Columbia in Vancouver. He replaces Mr. Justice B.M. Greyell, who retired effective November 24, 2017.

Notice to the Profession Calling for Judicial Justice Applications

  • June 15, 2018

The Judicial Council of B.C. is looking for lawyers with a minimum of 5 years active practice as a member of the Law Society of British Columbia (those with less legal practice experience may be considered if they have a range of related experience), who are interested in part time adjudication work as a Judicial Justice of the Provincial Court. This judicial work will be performed at various locations throughout the province.

SCC ruling in TWU validates CBA's position

  • June 15, 2018

“The Supreme Court’s decision today is consistent with the CBA’s commitment to promote equality in the legal profession,” says CBA President Kerry L. Simmons, Q.C

CBABC Executive Committee Elections 2018

  • June 08, 2018

In accordance with the CBABC Bylaws, Provincial Council will elect three (3) Officers-At-Large and a Secretary Treasurer at the June 23, 2018 Provincial Council meeting.

LSBC Rule of Law Lecture Series: The Rule of Law and Social Justice

  • June 07, 2018

Throughout history, social justice has helped to shape laws and policies to achieve greater equality. Join former Supreme Court of Canada Justice and litigator Ian Binnie, CC, QC, and National Post columnist Jonathan Kay for a lively dialogue on how the rule of law and social justice interact and intersect.