The character of a law firm is the sum of the character of the individuals of the firm. A good yardstick to measure character is to ask: What do you do with your spare time? Do you pursue activities that result solely in your self-fulfillment? Or do you do something that “gives back” to your community? At HBLC, we have many people who spend a large portion of their time giving back to their community. Two of our paralegals are volunteers to a legal society called Amici Curiae. One of them, who speaks the Philippine language, works to assist Philippine…
Jennifer Brun interviewed in the Vancouver Sun regarding B.C. government review of civil juries.
I once was lost, but now I’m found. Was blind, but now I see.
Harris & Brun Successful at B.C. Court of Appeal Regarding Future Loss of Earnings
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