THE ADVOCATE V O L . 7 5 P A R T 3 M A Y 2 0 1 7 479 CONTRIBUTORS D. Michael Bain is the editor of the Advocate and shares his refreshing aquatic insights starting at page 383 of this issue. Catherine Boies Parker is a partner at the newly established Underhill, Boies Parker, Gage & Latimer LLP. Her areas of practice include constitutional, administrative, privacy, environmental, aboriginal and labour and employment law, as well as general civil litigation. Like many of the authors in this issue, she works in Victoria. Ashley Cochran is legal counsel with the Ministry of Justice and Attorney General. Prior to joining the Ministry, Ashley practised with a national law firm in Vancouver and clerked at the Federal Court. Ashley is the twin sister of co-author, Heather. Heather Cochran is the aforementioned twin of Ashley. She is also legal counsel with the Ministry of Justice and Attorney General. She previously practised with a boutique law firm in Vancouver and completed a clerkship at the Supreme Court of Canada. David Crerar is yet another author in this issue who co-authored an article with a family member. David is the father of Harry Crerar. He is also a partner practising civil litigation at the Vancouver office of Borden Ladner Gervais. Harry Crerar is not a partner at Borden Ladner Gervais but is an aspiring author who climbs every mountain and fords every stream. Harry leaves the following of rainbows and finding of dreams to his co-author father, David Crerar. Kathryn Kickbush is legal counsel, Health and Social Services, Ministry of Justice and Attorney General. She is another Victorian writing (in the modern sense) in this issue. Glen Orris, Q.C., is a well known criminal defence lawyer called to the bar in British Columbia in 1973. He was appointed Queen's Counsel in 1988. Glen has appeared in a number of Lawyer Show productions as a wrestler, a confused knight and more recently a football playing mechanic. DO NOT TALK TO THE POLICE is being made into bumper stickers and T-shirts. Anders Ourom is a lawyer who provides legal and governance services for societies, charities, and other not-for profit organizations. His publications include A Climber’s Guide to The Squamish Chief. Someone should write a Squamish Chief’s guide to climbers. Murray Rankin, Q.C., M.P., is the Justice and Attorney General critic for the NDP. He was elected Vice-Chair of the Special Joint Committee on Physician Assisted Dying and Vice-Chair of the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights. He is an expert on national security issues and is a former law partner of Joe Arvay, our cover subject. Murray is a vegetarian.
May Advocate 2017
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