The Ministry of the Attorney General, Criminal Justice Branch Receives the First CBABC Work Life Balance Award in Vancouver
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
JULY 2, 2008
VANCOUVER - On June 27th, 2008, Attorney General Wally Oppal, QC, presented the first annual CBABC Work Life Balance Award in Vancouver. The Criminal Justice Branch of the Ministry of the Attorney General of BC was recognized by the CBABC for its exceptional promotion of work life balance in the legal profession. In addition to the winner, this years nominees included: Gourlay, Spencer and Wade LLP, Murphy Battista, Boughton Law Corporation, Real Estate Errors and Omissions Insurance Corporation, The Continuing Legal Education Society BC and David Hobbs. The award is given in recognition of an individual or organisation that demonstrates leadership and commitment to work life balance in the practice of law. R.W.G. (Bob) Gillen, QC, the Assistant Deputy Attorney General, and the head of the Ministry of the Attorney General, Criminal Justice Branch accepted the award on behalf of his organisation.
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Representatives of the Ministry of the Attorney General, Criminal Justice Branch receive the first CBABC Work Life Balance Award
Left-Right: Antonio A. Zivanovic (President of Corporate Occupational Solutions Inc., Primary Event Sponsor), Assistant Deputy Attorney General R.W.G. (Bob) Gillen, QC, Attorney General Wally Oppal, QC and Catherine A. Sas, QC (Chair of the Work Life Balance Committee)
Corporate Occupational Solutions Inc. was the proud primary sponsor of this event.
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