Jennifer Brun spoke with The Lawyer’s Daily reporter Ian Burns to discuss the impact COVID-19 has had on the legal profession. She noted how the push to leverage technology prompted by the lack of options in the face of a global pandemic has led to reshaping the profession. She also commented on two key issues on the agenda in 2020: the impact of the impending changes to provincial auto insurance and the role of alternative legal service providers in the profession.
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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