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D. Michael Bain graduated from UBC Law two decades ago in 1998. While there
he was the editor of the Informer, the ombudsman, director of the Law Revue, a
keen competitive mooter on the Jessup and the Corporate Securities moot teams,
composer of “Mollusc in a Bottle” and a respondent in more than one proceeding.
Murray A. Clemens, Q.C., practises at Nathanson, Schachter & Thompson LLP
in the fields of civil litigation and administrative law. He also serves as an arbitrator
and mediator in commercial disputes and, together with his co-author, is a
member of the David Crerar book club.
Emily L. Hansen is a litigator at Nathanson, Schachter & Thompson LLP. She
graduated as gold medalist from the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie in 2016
and then clerked for the B.C. Court of Appeal before being admitted to the B.C.
bar in 2018.
Liam M. Hayes graduated from Allard Law in 2018 and is currently articling with
the B.C. Ministry of Attorney General.
Annie Olson graduated from TRU Law in 2018 and is currently articling with Carfra
Lawton LLP in Victoria.
James Tate graduated from UBC Law in 1998, mooted as part of the Jessup and
Corporate Securities moot teams, and was an editor of the Informer. Despite these
associations with Michael Bain, James received the Raymond G. Herbert Award,
which is given for the best all-round graduating student. James is a former director
of Lawyer’s Rights Watch Canada and has travelled to Guatemala in support of
threatened lawyers. He practises Aboriginal law with Ratcliff & Co. and is a selfconfessed
MAMIL (middle-aged man in lycra).
Louisa Winn has been Crown counsel with the B.C. Prosecution Service for the
past 21 years, first prosecuting cases involving violence and property offences
(“blood and guts”) and then prosecuting commercial crime offences (“paper
cuts”). Before joining the Crown, she practised at Baker Newby. Her spare time
beyond volunteer committee tasks and taking care of her beloved special needs
pets is spent on trying to run another half marathon and cooling down by reading
about the Russian Revolution and other historical events.