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This timely webinar will explore the legal requirements of holding virtual council meetings, committee meetings, public hearings, public consultations, and what local governments should consider as they adapt processes and strategies in response to Covid – 19, including “force majeure provisions” and contractual obligations. The webinar will open with a brief case law update.
Guy Patterson MCIP, RPP
Young Anderson Barristers & Solicitors
Guy completed his law degree at UBC and clerked at the British Columbia Supreme Court before articling at Young Anderson. He was called to the bar and joined the firm as an associate in March 2014. Before law school Guy worked as a planner for local governments and non-profit organizations in British Columbia, and for a brief stint in Johannesburg, South Africa. He is a registered professional planner and a member of the Canadian Institute of Planners and maintains a general practice in municipal law with a focus on land use planning and regulation. Outside the office he spends most of his time with his wife and their four children.
Young Anderson Barristers & Solicitors
Alyssa graduated from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Science in Honours Environmental Biology and the University of Victoria Faculty of Law. She summered and articled with Young, Anderson and then joined the firm after her call to the bar in 2004. Alyssa is a partner at Young, Anderson. Before attending law school, Alyssa worked in forest research for the University of Alberta and the Canadian Forest Service. She maintained an environmental interest at law school being actively involved and holding an executive position with the University of Victoria Environmental Law Centre.
Alyssa is a solicitor as well as a litigator and has appeared in all levels of Court in British Columbia. She has also appeared before the Environmental Appeal Board and the Agricultural Land Commission, She has been a guest lecturer at the UBC Faculty of Law in municipal law, the UVic Faculty of Law in administrative law and the UBC School of Community and Regional Planning in planning and land use law as well as various seminars and courses on municipal and land use law sponsored by the Simon Fraser University and Capilano University. She has also spoken at the Canadian Institute of Planners National Conference, the International Municipal Lawyers Association Conference and the Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute at the Sturm College of Law in Denver, Colorado.
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