CBABC members volunteer their time on committees and working groups in support of CBABC governance, advocacy or member services.

Policy & Advocacy committees develop positions supporting CBABC advocacy to government, the Law Society and other institutions. Member Services & Engagement committees provide support and ideas for CBABC member programs. Governance committees ensure the necessary resources for CBABC. 

CBABC also receives requests from government, the Law Society of BC and other agencies for appointments to various boards and committees.

The Board of Directors appoints members to CBABC working groups and committees. Committee and working group chairs are members of CBABC’s Provincial Council.

CBABC committee appointments take place in May-June; however, vacancies often occur throughout the year. Please complete the Committee Volunteer Form if you would like to be considered.

Policy & Advocacy* Member Services & Engagement* Other
Access to Justice BarTalk Editorial Finance & Audit*
Court Services Business & Practice Innovation Nominating*
Indigenous Justice Advocacy Equality & Diversity Advisory Committee to Judicial Council
Legislation & Law Reform REAL Advisory  
Professional Issues Truth & Reconciliation  
Family Law** Young Lawyers Advisory  
Residential Conveyancing**
Restorative Justice**

*Indicates governance-related committees

**Indicates working groups