Who Practices What Areas of Law, Where, For Whom, Why, and for How Much?
What is the world of lawyers and the world of law about?
This is a lay person's sampler site - a starting point!
Site being updated as of 2021.05.24 19:39 - thank you for visiting.
This resources site is a collaboration of many people including lawyers currently in practice who received their legal training in different countries including: China, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the U.S.A.
Credits, Copyright, Dedication & Inspiration
This site is the result of inspiration from multiple people and sources including:
- A wide range of Civil Litigation, Criminal Justice, and Business Lawyers that have contributed to this web venture including Class Actions Lawyers, Personal Injury Lawyers and Immigration Lawyers, and not to forget law students who have and are studying in the USA, China, Canada, and the UK
- Mandarin (PRC), Mandarin (Taiwanese / Traditional Chinese), Cantonese (PRC / Hong Kong) Fluent (verbal & writing competence) speaking Lawyers for help with business development, immigration, real estate, personal injury e.g. Jeffrey Lowe, B.Comm., LL.B. [s/a CanadaVisaLaw.com]
- Italian, Spanish and working knowledge of language lawyers services e.g.
- Punjabi / Hindi / Urdu / English
- Judges & Retired State/Provincial Judges
- Arbitration & Mediation Services from:
The Honorable Robert Hutchison retired no longer active consultant with Hutchison Oss-Cech Marlatt barristers & solicitors in Victoria, BC
- ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution Services)
e.g. International Training/Education of Lawyers (s/a University of Victoria Law School; s/a Peace Makers Trust
- Canada's Wills, Trusts, Estates, Probate & Wills Disputes Lawyers
- Pioneer Lawyers including: The late Douglas Jung, LLB, OC, OBC - first Chinese Canadian Member of Parliament and member of Canada's United Nations Team, under the government of the Conservative Party of Canada then led by Prime Minister John Diefenbaker
[s/a www.collectionscanada. gc.ca/ 2/4/ h4-3325-e.html]
in the 1950's and early 1960s, Mr. Jung is reportedly the 2nd Chinese Canadian graduate of the University of British Colombia's School of Law.
- Members of the British initiated "Operation Oblivion" who were recruited during World War 2, to be inserted (by submarine or parachute drop) behind enemy lines and organize a guerilla army in China initally and when this operation was "vetoed" by the USA - a subgroup of 4 volunteers were dropped by fying boat (a Catalina) behind enemy lines in Borneo. This group of 4 Canadians were to orgnaize and train natives into a guerilla force to liberate a Japanese prisoner of war camp. This was a joint operation initiated by the British Special Operations Executive, and given training and logistical support by the Canadian and Australian armed forces. This group took the formal surrender of the camp, when the commander of the camp heard and confirmed that Japan had surrendered. The 4 Canadians serving as Sergeants were awarded Military Medals (M.M.) by the Canadian government on return to Canada.
- Photo contributions and provenance information from traveling friends and residents of China, Italy, France, the United Kingdom, Australia, Papua New Guinea, Canada and the USA: with special mention to Dr. Adrienne S.Chan, Christopher Campese, Leanna & Nick Wong, Chris Toderov, A. L. Chan, J. Huang, Gladys J.G. Cheung, B. Buchannan, David Lai, Dan Tam, Dr. Q. Reilly MD in Australia & P.N.G., law library staff in Winnipeg and Toronto, Val Hum, K. Gee, law school student A. Quan from Akron Ohio, USA - students and alumni from the University of Alberta, in Edmonton, S. Kanaeko, B.Comm in Tokyo., John Evans in PNG, Tony Yau in HK China, Tamara Reiter's studies and views of the Mediterraean Sea.
- Maps of Cities, Regions and Countries sponsored by Weller Cartographic Services Ltd., www.MapMatrix.com and their upcoming expanded collection of USA pdf maps.
References info. of interest to Canadian's see also PDF format extract from book Class Actions: The Canadian Experience,
Garry D. Watson,
Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, email@example.com
Duke Journal of Comparative and International Law. Volume 11, Issue 2 (2001), p. 269-288.