THE ADVOCATE 797
VOL. 76 PART 5 SEPTEMBER 2018
Should you use it? The Advocate, the literary bible for the profession in B.C.,
does not recommend it. It seems ugly and, worse, superfluous. However,
we doubt if the Supreme Court of Canada would reject any factum that uses
the Oxford comma, fussy though it may be.
Laylee Rohani was reappointed to the board of Camosun College for a term
ending July 31, 2020.
Emily C. Drown was appointed as a member and designated chair of the
Employment and Assistance Appeal Tribunal for a term ending June 30,
Thought du mois:
“Inequality brings instability”
Aristotle (384–322 B.C.)
Ancient Greek philosopher and scientist
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