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Law Society of BC

The Law Society of British Columbia is the regulatory body for the BC legal profession and works to ensure that the public is well served by a legal profession that is honourable, competent and independent. It sets and enforces standards of professional conduct for lawyers in BC and brings a voice to issues affecting the justice system and the delivery of legal services.

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Legal Independence: It's Your Right

Legal Independence: It's Your Right is a free resource that uses real-life examples in an engaging, 10-minute video to help Civics 11, Social Studies 11 and Law 12 students understand the concepts of judicial and legal ...
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How to become a lawyer in BC

This information helps people learn about the requirements and process for becoming a lawyer in BC.
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Working With Lawyers and How the Justice System Works

Information on how to work with a lawyer.
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Rule of Law and Lawyer Independence

This information provides a basic overview on the Rule of Law and why lawyers and judiciary are independent of government.
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Understanding your lawyer's fees

This information describes how lawyers charge for their work and what steps clients can take to manage fees.
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