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VOL. 78 PART 3 MAY 2020
D. Michael Bain is the editor of the Advocate. His favourite ballads are “The Ballad
of John and Yoko” by The Beatles and “Ballad of a Thin Man” by Bob Dylan. Michael
got in trouble at school for singing one of these out loud when he was in grade 6. His
son got in trouble at the same age for singing the other one out loud, also at school.
Mark Braidwood is a litigator at SHK Law and chair of the board (president) of
Tennis BC. He has been very anxious ever since limitation periods in B.C. were suspended
at the end of March 2020. The Advocate will not accept service on his behalf.
The Honourable Catherine Crockett is a talented writer of both reasons for judgment
and short stories, having placed before in the Advocate’s Short Fiction Competition
and having submitted the winning entry in the 2019 contest. The judges of the
competition receive anonymous copies of the submissions.
Valerie Dixon is a lawyer with the City of Vancouver and formerly practised
employment law at Clark Wilson LLP and Miller Thomson LLP together with our
“On the Front Cover” subject.
Michael P. Doherty is a lawyer with Ecojustice. He has studied karate-do- since 1976
and is a rokudan and certified instructor, judge and examiner with the Japan Karate
Association. If only a certain chief justice had hired him as a bodyguard before a certain
run-in on Marine Drive described on the pages of this issue …
Hamar Foster, Q.C., is professor emeritus at UVic Law. Among other accomplishments,
he has written extensively on comparative criminal law, the legal history of
the fur trade, B.C. legal history and Aboriginal law.
Kenneth Glasner, Q.C., FCIArb., is a lawyer, arbitrator and mediator based in
David Roberts, Q.C., is a former editor of the Advocate and overall fan of the Geneva
Conventions. He is currently experimenting on being a socially distant beekeeper.
Tony Wilson, Q.C., is a former bencher and practises at Boughton Law in the areas
of franchising, licensing and intellectual property law. For Tony, a pop culture
reference is anything he listened to on vinyl before 1980.