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was previously with Doak Shirreff Lawyers. Paul G. Morgan departs Wilson
Marshall Law Corporation and joins Blue Ridge Law. Mary Childs leaves
the Vancouver office of Miller Thomson to become general counsel of the
Tsawwassen First Nation. Jeff Huberman, Krystle Tan and Karenna
Williams, formerly of Grant Huberman, will continue serving Indigenous
peoples under the new firm name Huberman Law Group in Vancouver.
Rosalie A. Clark moves to Clark Wilson from Blake, Cassels & Graydon.
Jim Boyle returns to Lawson Lundell after a stint in-house with Peninsula
Canada. Daniel D. Nugent moves to Richards Buell Sutton as associate
counsel, leaving Webster Hudson & Coombe to do so.
Roshni R. Veerapen bids farewell to Boughton Law Corporation and joins
the College of Dental Surgeons of British Columbia as legal counsel. Chris
Dafoe, once with Whitelaw Twining, is now at Hakemi & Ridgedale. Marta
Miazek lands at the litigation firm of Hamilton Duncan, having previously
been with Dunnaway, Jackson, Ouellet & Associates. Charlie Winch and
the team at Stewart & Winch join Watson Goepel holus-bolus. The old Dundarave
offices of Stewart & Winch will now be a satellite office of Watson
Goepel. Fred Troen, formerly of Singleton Reynolds, and Derek S. Ball, formerly
of Arvay Finlay, both join Allen / McMillan Litigation Counsel.
Jaime A. Hall and W. Craig Vaughan, both formerly of Reed Pope, move to
the Victoria office of Dives, Harper, Stanger and Mizrahi. Barbara G.
Lohmann joins the Law Society of B.C. as discipline counsel. She was previously
with the director’s office at the Forensic Psychiatric Services Commission
in Coquitlam. Ryan M. Klassen is now at Clark Wilson after a
six-year stint with English Bay Law Corp. After a two-year gig at Fortress
Global Enterprises Inc., Kenneth Leung returns to Hunter Litigation
Chambers. Ellie Einarson, formerly with MLT Aikins in Winnipeg, has
headed for the West Coast and is now at Harper Grey.
Justice H. William Veenstra, Q.C., once associate counsel at Jenkins
Marzban Logan and former CBABC president, was appointed as a justice of
the Supreme Court of British Columbia on June 23, 2020. He will sit in Vancouver.
Justice Veenstra replaces Justice K.N. Affleck, who retired effective
November 5, 2019. Justice Lindsay M. Lyster, Q.C., a product of
Armstrong, B.C. and formerly of Moore Edgar Lyster LLP, was appointed a
justice of the Supreme Court of British Columbia on July 3, 2020. She too
will sit in Vancouver. Justice Lyster replaces Justice A.H. Silverman, who
became a supernumerary judge on November 26, 2019.
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