Legal research guides are among the most popular items downloaded from the BC Provincial Court’s website. They explain how to find the laws and judges’ decisions that combine to make up Canadian law.
BC courts continued to expand their use of social media to interact with the public when the Provincial Court of BC’s Chief Judge Melissa Gillespie hosted the province’s Chief Justice, Robert Bauman, and Jennifer Muller, a former self-represented litigant (SRL), in a live Twitter Town Hall on October 28, 2019.
Join the Chief Justice and Chief Judge of BC and a former self-represented litigant in a live Twitter Town Hall about the progress, opportunities and challenges in the Access to Justice (A2J) movement on Monday, October 28, 2019 from noon to 2:00 pm!
On the evening of May 22nd the North Vancouver Indigenous Court (formerly First Nations Court) held a celebration to mark the Court’s 7th anniversary and honour some of the people who have contributed to its success. During the event, the importance of the participation of the elders who sit with the court was recognized.
The Judicial Council of BC is looking for qualified applicants interested in part time adjudication work as a judicial justice of the BC Provincial Court. British Columbia’s judicial justices are judicial officers who exercise authority under various provincial and federal laws.