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The appointment of Marion Buller, BC’s first female First Nations judge, to the Provincial Court of British Columbia was an important milestone in BC history. Today, as part of the series profiling four of the Court’s women judges whose appointments were “firsts”, eNews features retired judge, Chief Commissioner, and now Chancellor Marion Buller.
There will be 73 women judges and 17 women judicial justices in the Provincial Court of British Columbia* as of March 10, 2022, the first International Day of Women Judges. The appointments of several of our judges were milestones in our province’s history.
A one-hour interactive webinar
February 24, 2022 at 12:45 pm
Knowing what to call a judge or other judicial officer when speaking to them in court can be a challenge. This eNews explains how to address the judicial officers of the Provincial Court of British Columbia. It also explains why people involved in court proceedings should not send anything to a judge.
The Provincial Court of British Columbia has published its 2020/21 Annual Report, “Finding New Pathways: learning from experience while keeping courts open & safe”.