Kelowna regulation agency Pushor Mitchell provides two articling college students to its lawyer roster – Kelowna Information

From college students to attorneys

Kelowna’s Pushor Mitchell LLP has added two new associates to its regulation agency.

Rebecca Dickson and Delaney Lengthy are new to the fold after having served as articling college students on the agency since Might 2021.

“It is vitally rewarding to see our articling college students take the barristers and solicitors’ oath and grow to be attorneys after their time articling on the agency,” Pushor Mitchell managing companion Andrew Brunton stated in a press launch.

“Our staff has now grown to 35 attorneys, and to serve all our shopper wants we offer over 25 areas of follow to the area people in addition to all of British Columbia.”

Dickson accomplished her regulation diploma at Thompson Rivers College and practices within the areas of enterprise and securities regulation. She additionally advises on issues akin to incorporations, shareholder agreements, company and share constructions for start-up companies, in addition to financing and securities compliance for private and non-private firms.

Lengthy secured her regulation diploma from the College of Victoria and practices within the space of ​​civil litigation, with areas of focus together with industrial, actual property and normal litigation, in addition to chapter and insolvency, and strata property and residential tenancy points.