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152 V O L . 7 5 P A R T 1 J A N U A R Y 2 0 1 7 THE ADVOCATE tation and training. In September 2016 the foundation hosted The International Courthouse Dogs Conference in Bellevue, Washington. “The BC Butterfly Atlas is a community-based citizen science project aimed at increasing our knowledge of the status and distribution of butterflies in British Columbia” online: <http://www.bcbutterflyatlas.ca/>. Pawanjit S. Joshi was reappointed as a public member of the board of the College of Dental Technicians of British Columbia for a term ending for a term ending December 31, 2018. Lyall D. Knott, Q.C., has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Urology Foundation. The Urology Foundation supervises a fund that is dedicated to research, education and development of new technology in the field of urology. Daniel Nam was reappointed to the Data Stewardship Committee as a public member for a term ending December 31, 2018. Jeremy M. Walden was reappointed as a public member to the board of the College of Pharmacists of British Columbia for a term ending December 31, 2018. Joan A. Bubbs, Joseph B. Martin, Kathryn S. Sainty, Q.C., Dale B. Pope, Q.C., Danielle K. Daroux, Peter D. Warner, Q.C., Oleg H. Tomchenko and Lisa M. Wong were all reappointed as members of the Mental Health Review Board for terms ending December 31, 2018 “A butterfly, if done correctly, is a corporate reorganization under which the assets are distributed evenly to some or all of the shareholders in proportion to their respective shareholdings without triggering at that time such things as the realization and taxation of any accrued gain and recapture of capital cost allowance for income tax purposes in those assets”: British Columbia (Public Trustee) v. Brown (1993), 91 B.C.L.R. (2d) 340 (C.A.). There is a new biography of Sir Edward Marshall Hall, the famous English criminal defence counsel, who began his career at the Bar of England and Wales in 1888 at a time when women were not able to serve on juries, defendants were not permitted to testify in their own defence and punishments ranged from flogging and hard labour to hanging: Marshall Hall: A Law Unto Himself by Sally Smith, Q.C., published by Wildy, Simmonds & Hill. ISBN 978-0854901876 £25.00.


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