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Posted to: Judges | 03/05/2022

A remarkable new podcast provides two perspectives – from this century and the last - on what it’s like to be a judge in British Columbia. The combined wisdom of two judges, their shared experiences, and the respect of one for the other make this podcast episode not just interesting but moving.

Roderick Haig-Brown

Posted to: Court, Help | 29/03/2022

203 frontline service providers, advocates, librarians, law students, lawyers, and other legal information providers joined Chief Judge Melissa Gillespie and Judges Kathryn Ferriss and Kristen Mundstock on February 24, 2022, for an introduction to the online information resources the Provincial Court of British Columbia offers litigants.

Posted to: Law | 22/03/2022

Improving the justice system requires willingness to try new things, evaluate them, make improvements, keep what works, and replace what doesn’t. The BC Provincial Court and the provincial government have been engaged in a process like this to improve the family justice system.

Posted to: Judges | 10/03/2022

This week eNews has featured some of the women whose appointments to the Provincial Court of British Columbia were milestones in the province’s history.

Posted to: Judges | 09/03/2022

To mark International Women’s Day and the first International Day of Women Judges, eNews is profiling several BC Provincial Court women judges whose appointments constituted milestones in our province’s history. Today we feature Judge Harbans Dhillon, BC’s first South Asian woman judge.

Judge Dhillon