By Alicia Godin – Estate and Trust Consultant, Scotiatrust Historically the area of estates was not particularly litigious, but as families and financial circumstances become more complex, litigation involving estates has become more frequent. Frequently touted, but notoriously difficult to prove, is the allegation of someone being unduly influenced in making their Will. A...
The CLEBC Truth and Reconciliation Task Force has created an Action Plan to guide CLEBC's implementation of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's Calls to Action in the area of legal education. Check out some of our initiatives here.
Aboriginal Law Conference 2019—Friday, November 1, 2019. The Aboriginal Law Conference will focus on the legal and pragmatic implications of current developments affecting Indigenous peoples, provincial and federal governments, and industry. Join us for this essential update.
On Wednesday, June 12, CLEBC’s CEO Linda Russell joined Attorney General David Eby, Chief Justice Robert Bauman, and the leaders of many of BC’s key justice organizations to sign the Access to Justice Triple Aim