Christine has 25 years of legal experience primarily in the area of civil litigation. She graduated from the Paralegal program at Capilano University in May 1997.
Christine joined Baker Newby in June 2017, after relocating her family from the Lower Mainland. Prior to joining the firm she spent 14 years working for a large downtown law firm specializing in labour and employment law.
She has experience with all levels of Courts, provincially and federally. Her work includes file management, drafting pleadings, applications (including short notice and summary trial), affidavits, lists of documents, garnishment applications and bills of costs.
Team Members Blog Posts
New Developments in Agricultural Land Use: Am I Permitted to Build a Second Home? By Jordan Forsyth and Cristen Gleeson
The Provincial Government announced proposed further changes to its regulations pertaining to a second home on agricultural land on January...
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