BCLI Congratulates Board Member Margaret Mason on Queen’s Counsel Appointment
December 21, 2017
British Columbia Law Institute congratulates Margaret Mason, Q.C. on being appointed Queen’s counsel on December 20, 2017. Margaret Mason is a lawyer and partner with Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP, where she leads the Charities and Tax-Exempt Organizations practice. She was recently recognized for her work in The Philanthropist’s 150 profiles. “Margaret is a long-time volunteer and supporter of BCLI, as well as the Law Society of British Columbia appointee on our board of directors. Her contributions to our work over the years as chair of the Society Act Reform Project (2008) and on the project committee for A Modern Trustee Act for British Columbia in (2004) were significant. Recognition of her work in this sector is well deserved” says Executive Director Kathleen Cunningham. “We congratulate all of the appointees for the recognition of their contributions to the profession.”
The appointment was announced by Attorney General David Eby who commended the appointees for “demonstrating a superb record of achievement and commitment to our province’s legal system. As professionals, volunteers and advocates, they have shown integrity and leadership in upholding the rule of law, serving their communities and striving to make British Columbia a safer and more equitable place to live.”
A full list of Queen’s Counsel appointments is available here.