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Recently Released: Joseph Fearon’s article, Smartphones: Equalizers Between Citizens And Police?, has been republished by Mondaq.
Mondaq has republished Joseph Fearon’s article from the Georgia Straight, “Smartphones: Equalizers Between Citizens And Police?”. The article can be found here.READ MORE
Recently Released: Joseph Fearon’s article, Privacy Laws and the Facebook Class Action, has been republished by Mondaq.
Mondaq has republished Joseph Fearon’s article from the Georgia Straight, “Privacy Laws and the Facebook Class Action. A link to the article can be found here.READ MORE
New Article from The Georgia Straight: Prison is the Punishment – By Joseph Fearon
Joseph Fearon’s most recent article in the Georgia Straight’s online column, “Reasonable Doubt”, has been released. The article, “Prison is the Punishment”, can be found here.READ MORE
Joseph Fearon has appeared on CKNW’s The World Today Weekend with Sean Leslie
Joseph Fearon appeared on CKNW’s talk show The World Today Weekend with Sean Leslie on October 20, 2012 to talk about mental health and the prison system, which he discussed in his Reasonable Doubt article Prison is the Punishment.READ MORE
Stevens Virgin paralegal chair of CDL LA Law conference
The 2012 Canadian Defence Lawyers’ LA Law course that took place in September 2012 was successfully chaired by Stevens Virgin’s paralegal Hardip Samra. Hardip coordinated BC’s Annual Paralegal Programme with topics focused on the expanding role of paralegals, delegation of work in the legal team, cost effective delivery of services and minimizing the use of […]READ MORE
Linda Stevens presents at CLE’s 2012 Insurance Law Conference
Linda Stevens recently presented a paper entitled “” at the Continuing Legal Education’s 2012 Insurance Law Conference. This paper was co-authored by Stevens Virgin’s Linda Stevens and Kevin Yee and discusses the use of video surveillance and social media for defence counsel. The paper was published by Continuing Legal Education of British Columbia.READ MORE
Anna C. Karlen
Anna Karlen has represented clients at the Small Claims and Criminal divisions of the Provincial Court of British Columbia, as well as the British Columbia Supreme Court and Court of Appeal. READ MORE