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Laura Abrioux is a third-year J.D. student in the English Common Law program
at the University of Ottawa. She spends most of her time trying to convince
her family to adopt a corgi but has been unsuccessful for nine years
Barb Cotton is a Calgary-based research lawyer and the founder of Bottom
Line Research & Communications.
The Honourable Judge Roger F. Cutler is a judge of the Provincial Court of
British Columbia and recently drove a Zamboni during a court break:
Gib van Ert is litigation counsel with Olthuis van Ert in Vancouver and
Ottawa. He was pretty sure he had ruined his career by self-publishing a
memoir about Star Wars in 2012, but so far things seem to be working out.
Stephanie Fabbro is a co-founder of Hamilton Fabbro and practises in the
areas of divorce and family law.
Brook Greenberg, Q.C., is a litigator at Fasken, a bencher, an adjunct professor
at Allard Law and a frequent contributor to CLEBC courses.
Bill McNally is a Nelson-based personal injury lawyer at Spilker McNally
Dan Parlow has been practising real estate litigation since the Middle Ages.
He has battled over and frequently lectured on the propriety of certificates
of pending litigation and other charges.
Mike Tucker is a lawyer working from the Nelson and Castlegar offices of
Spilker McNally Tucker.
Edward G. Wong is a litigator in Vancouver.