Boughton Law’s Tony Wilson has been re-elected as a Bencher of the Law Society of British Columbia for a second 2-year term. Tony Wilson was one of 22 candidates vying for 12 seats in Vancouver County. The 31 Benchers representing all of BC are responsible for the governance of the Law Society and the regulation of the legal profession in the public interest. Benchers establish the Law Society Rules, the Code of Professional Conduct for British Columbia lawyers, set the strategic plan and oversee the implementation and administration of the Law Society programs.
Tony Wilson was first elected as a Bencher in 2011 and has served as Vice-Chair of the Unauthorized Practice Committee, as well as being a member of the Practice Standards Committee and Lawyer Education Advisory Committee.
In addition to practicing Franchise Law and being an elected Bencher, he is also an Adjunct Professor at Simon Fraser University and a regular law and business columnist with The Globe and Mail.
View Tony Wilson’s profile for more details about him and his franchise practice at Boughton Law.
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