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The Honourable Chief Justice Catherine Anne Fraser is the Chief Justice
of Alberta, the Northwest Territories Court of Appeal and the Nunavut
Court of Appeal. Originally from New Brunswick, the Chief is now the sort
of Albertan that likes to poke fun at British Columbians—just the sort of
Albertan that British Columbians like to have as a neighbour.
Kathleen Higgins practises municipal law as a partner at Young, Anderson.
She is a current board member of the Fraser River Discovery Centre, a modern
museum in New Westminster devoted to the history and ecology of the
Drummond Lambert is a litigation associate at Harper Grey where he practises
commercial litigation with a focus on construction and engineering.
In his spare time Drummond enjoys reading and playing folk and blues
music on the guitar, a sort of six-string piano that you pluck.
Richard J. Olson is a litigator at McKechnie & Company in Vancouver
where he practises commercial and real estate law and sits as an arbitrator
in those same areas. Richard is famed for things that are not mentioned in
Jim Pozer, Q.C., served the Community Legal Assistance Society for 23
years, 20 as executive director. There, he helped advance human rights, disability
law, poverty law and the law of charities. He appeared on the cover
of the Advocate in September 2008.
Michael Thomas practises civil litigation at Harper Grey where he is the
partner chairing the critical injury, insurance and health law groups. When
not lawyering, he can be found flying, biking or trail running (though not
usually at the same time).