June 17, 2024

New Faces, Fond Farewells: A Record Year of New Faces

We’d like to introduce our new team members and bid a farewell to our departing board member. This year, we’re especially excited to welcome a record number of students joining us across the country. Here’s a bit about everyone: New Staff and Students Marie Ong, Staff Lawyer Marie completed her Read more…

June 7, 2024

Stories in Economic Abuse: Tools of Harm

Our project on economic abuse and family litigation is well underway. Currently, our research is delving into case law to uncover how family business can be used as tools of economic abuse. The analysis reveals fascinating and important patterns in the behavior of perpetrators and the legal responses to them. Read more…

May 2, 2024

Release of Report on Artificial Intelligence and Civil Liability

If you are injured by a robot waiter, hit by a driverless taxi, or libelled by chatbot, what should the legal consequences be? With BCLI’s release (in May 2024) of the Report on Artificial Intelligence and Civil Liability, we offer answers to this question and many others regarding civil justice Read more…

March 27, 2024

Modernizing Family Law On Parentage

We are Family There are so many paths to building families and becoming parents. How we create families and become parents is different for each and every one of us. There is no one universal story. There are many stories and lived experiences on this journey and so many more Read more…

March 22, 2024

Last day to have your say on renovating the public hearing

The public consultation for the Renovate the Public Hearing Project is closing today. You have until midnight to make your views known on how to reform public engagement on local-land-use bylaws. Copies of the Consultation Paper on Renovating the Public Hearing, a response booklet, and a link to our survey Read more…