Diane Smith is a paralegal in the Litigation Department, specializing in the areas of personal injury litigation.
Diane joined Baker Newby LLP in 2015 bringing with her an extensive 30 year legal career with experience in all areas of law, with her primary focus being plaintiff personal injury claims.
During her career Diane also took an instructor position with Sprott-Shaw Community College and later the University of the Fraser Valley. Diane was responsible for both teaching and rewriting the curriculum for the Legal Administrative Assistant Course to include the implementation of the new Supreme Court Rules, which came into effect in July 2010.
Diane’s role involves all aspects of personal injury litigation including file management, drafting pleadings, court applications, and trial preparation.
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