Becoming a Lawyer for the Human Rights Tribunal: An Information Session for Lawyers

The British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal will soon be posting a legal counsel position.

The Tribunal is committed to equity and ensuring its staff and membership is diverse and inclusive. We welcome and encourage applications from Black, Indigenous and people of colour, persons with disabilities, persons of various sexual orientations and gender identities, and others with the skills and knowledge to productively further the purposes of the Human Rights Code.

To that end, we are hosting an information session for lawyers who may be interested in becoming a lawyer for the Tribunal. Please circulate this invitation widely in your networks.

When: November 10, 12:00 – 1:00
Where: Join Zoom Meeting

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/8012834672?pwd=OFFReWMyVG5OanJEbi9RU29DVGx3dz09

Meeting ID: 801 283 4672
Passcode: BCHRT

Learn about what it is like to work at the Tribunal, the role and responsibilities of Tribunal counsel, the application process, and the Tribunal’s upcoming job posting.

We encourage anyone interested to attend this informal session, regardless of level of experience.
Please RSVP to Andrea Nash (andrea.nash@gov.bc.ca).

If you cannot attend this session but are interested in more information, please contact Katherine Hardie (katherine.hardie@gov.bc.ca).