HBLC has the honour of announcing to the public that Jennifer Brun is now Jennifer Brun, QC. Under the authority of the Queen’s Counsel Act, the Attorney-General of British Columbia, upon consultation with the Chiefs of all three levels of courts, two members of the Law Society, and one member of the Canadian Bar Association may appoint: “…Provincial officers under the names of Her Majesty’s Counsel learned in the law for the Province of British Columbia” ( s. 2(1), Queen’s Counsel Act). By statute, the quota of Queen’s Counsel may be no more than 7% of the members of the…
Defendants successfully oppose addiction claim despite the absence of direct supportive evidence
Jennifer Brun appointed as Queen’s Counsel
Jennifer Brun appointed to the British Columbia Supreme Court Civil & Family Rules Committee for five-year term.
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