Narwal Litigation is pleased to announce that, Vancouver Personal Injury Lawyer, Cheryl D’Sa, has been appointed to the Canadian Bar Association (British Columbia Branch) Scholarship Task Force, whose mandate is to review entrance scholarship commitments at three of British Columbia’s law Schools – the University of British Columbia, the University of Victoria, and Thompson Rivers University – and explore options for generating funds to meet existing and future commitments. Ms. D’Sa is honored to accept the appointment as she believes that “increasing the availability of scholarship funding to both entering and current law students in B.C. would help not only to maintain the excellence of the bar in this province, but would also serve to increase the vitality and diversity of the bar and increase opportunities for aspiring lawyers.”
The Canadian Bar Association is a professional, not for profit organization, who represents 39,000 lawyers, judges, law teachers, and law students from across Canada. The purpose of the association is to enhance the professional interests and protect the independence of the bar, promote fair justice systems and facilitate effective law reform and promote equality in the legal profession and eliminate discrimination.