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LSB Lawyers Association
1301-865 Hornby Street
October 28, 2016
Join us in supporting our colleagues in Quebec who are striking due to the failure of their employer to come to the table for over 6 months and for the ability to resolve their collective bargaining disputes through binding arbitration so they never have to strike again. The Canadian Association of Crown Counsel and representatives from across the country, including the LSBLA, went to Quebec City on October 27 to show our unified support for the Quebec Government Lawyers and Notaries Association of Quebec.
The LSBLA was incoporated in 1992 under the Society Act of British Columbia. We are a voluntary association which represents member interests. The LSBLA is not a union nor does it have recognised bargaining agent status at this time. The purposes of the LSBLA are:
1. To represent government civil lawyers in matters regarding remuneration, benefits and other terms and conditions of employment;
2. To create, promote and encourage better understanding, unity and cooperation among the members of the LSBLA; and
3. To represent the members of the LSBLA in matters of professional interest relating to employment.
This LSBLA website has public access content (what you see now) and members only access content (LOG IN at the top right hand corner of the page).
The Member Access Section provides a one-stop centre for salary information, benefits and other terms and conditions of employment. It also has access to current and archived Member Updates, News and Issues items, a set of our Bylaws and AGM Minutes, copies of the CACC “Communique” and materials of general interest to the membership. There is also a forum page for discussions and information on other provincial and national organizations.
Looking for something and can’t find it? Want to see something added to the site? For more information, contact Sandra Wilkinson.
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