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Connor Bildfell is an articling student at McCarthy Tétrault and the copy
editor for the Advocate. He has been mistaken (when travelling outside the
Commonwealth) for fellow redhead Prince Harry. Connor maintains that
his correction of the bystanders’ error – an editor would not let that pass –
caused them some disappointment, but we expect otherwise.
Israel Chafetz, Q.C., was a founding partner of the firm Taylor Jordan
Chafetz and together with his colleagues joined Harris in late 2014. He
advises on employers’ statutory and collective agreement obligations and
appears before the courts as well as various administrative and arbitral tribunals.
His prior writing includes the first place entry in the 2009 Advocate
Short Fiction Competition and the novel Ben’s Way Out.
Shea Coulson is a civil litigator based in Vancouver. He practises in the
fields of commercial, regulatory and constitutional law.
Ludmila B. Herbst, Q.C., is the assistant editor of the Advocate and over a
century younger than a man called to the California state bar 16 years after
she was called in B.C. The riddle is solved starting on page 683 of this issue.
Yun Li-Reilly is a litigation associate at Farris (as opposed to Harris), where
she returned after completing an LL.M. at Harvard with a focus on online
privacy and data protection. Her new five-year plan includes taking a hot
air balloon ride over every continent.
Andi MacKay is a trial lawyer and one of the founding partners of Winteringham
MacKay. She has a broad practice involving both civil and criminal
cases. Her civil litigation work includes professional liability defence,
employment, corporate and real estate matters, wills and estates, product
liability and, as put on her firm’s website, “the unique area of tavern
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