First Peoples Law, a BC law firm that’s just over a year old now, has launched a new blog that essentially forms the main page of their website.
According to the firm’s principal, Bruce McIvor, they’re aiming to inform First Nations readers directly, and not just other lawyers. Bruce is unusual, perhaps, among lawyers in that he has a doctorate in history, something particularly useful in his chosen field, where so much depends on understanding how to approach the past.
It’s a well designed site, and if they can continue to post with some regularity — the big difficulty . . . [more]