Provincial Council provides a forum for CBABC leaders to learn, debate and advance the work of the CBA in British Columbia. The Council plays an advisory role to the CBABC Board of Directors.
WHO ARE THE MEMBERS OF PROVINCIAL COUNCIL?
CBABC Board of Directors
County Representatives: Elected for three-year terms by CBABC members in eight counties in British Columbia. County elections vary each year depending on expiring terms. Nominations and voting take place in March-April.
Section Representatives: Eighteen representatives from Sections are elected by Section executives for two-year terms. Any member of a Section Executive is eligible to stand for election. Nominations and voting take place in March-April.
Committee Chairs: Appointed by the Board of Directors.
Provincial Council also includes non-voting members representing the three levels of BC courts, the Ministry of the Attorney General, the Law Society of BC, the three BC faculties of law, and other legal system stakeholders.
INTERESTED IN JOINING PROVINCIAL COUNCIL?
County and Section representatives are elected in the Spring. Watch for notifications in News+Jobs and other branch communications during the nomination period.
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.