BC Tribunals and their Work since COVID-19 

Nov. 9, 2020
ZOOM Webinar Online

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Diana Juricevic, Human Rights Tribunal & Mental Health Review Board
Shannon Salter, Civil Resolution Trial
Jacquie de Aguayo, Labour Relations Board
Andrew Pendray, Workers Compensation Appeals Tribunal

Time: Monday, November 9, 2020 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm (Pacific Time)

Members: Complimentary
Non-Members $115.00 (+GST)

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CPD Hours: 1.5 Hours of Approved Continuing Professional Development in BC.


Since BC declared a state of emergency in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, BC Tribunals have continued to provide services to the public by adapting and pivoting their standard practices and procedures. Our speakers will make observations on the impacts they have seen in their respective tribunals and share other pertinent information you can use to assist your clients. Guest speakers will discuss some of the core and fundamental transitions made to adapt to COVID, but also some of the trends that have developed since COVID-19, and trends that have developed since the start of the pandemic.


About Diana Juricevic

Diana Juricevic has served as Chair of the Human Rights Tribunal since June 2016, and as a member since March 2011. She also serves as Chair of the Mental Health Review Board since September 2017. She holds a Juris Doctor and Master of Economics degree from the University of Toronto as well as an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree from the same institution. Prior to joining the Tribunal, Ms. Juricevic practised international criminal law in the Netherlands and Cambodia. She was also an adjunct professor at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Law where she led the International Human Rights Program and taught several courses at the university. At the outset of her career, Ms. Juricevic practised litigation at a large national law firm in Toronto.

About Shannon Salter

Shannon Salter is the Civil Resolution Tribunal’s Chair, and an adjunct professor at the UBC Allard School of Law, teaching administrative law and legal ethics. She earned her BA and LLB from UBC, and her Master of Laws from the University of Toronto. Ms. Salter was a BC Supreme Court judicial law clerk before practicing civil litigation at a large Vancouver law firm for several years. She has served as a vice chair of the Workers’ Compensation Appeal Tribunal and as a board member of the College of Registered Nurses of BC. Ms. Salter is currently a commissioner of the Financial Institutions Commission, vice president of the BC Council of Administrative Tribunals, and a board member of the Canadian Legal Information Institute (CanLII). She co-authored the BC Administrative Decision Maker’s Manual, as well as a number of journal articles. In 2017, Ms. Salter was named one of the 25 Top Most Influential Lawyers in Canada, and was previously recognized as one of Canada’s New Law Pioneers by the Canadian Bar Association and an Access to Justice All-Star by the National Self-Represented Litigants Project (NSLAP). She is also the 2016 recipient of the Adam Albright Award for outstanding teaching by an adjunct professor. Ms. Salter is a frequent speaker at international conferences on online dispute resolution, administrative law, legal education, and the future of law and technology.

About Jacquie de Aguayo

Jacquie de Aguayo is the Chair of the British Columbia Labour Relations Board and Employment Standards Tribunal. She has practiced labour relations, employment and constitutional law on behalf of unions and employees. Jacquie was in-house counsel for a national trade union and was Legal Director at a large healthcare trade union.

About Andrew Pendray

Andrew Pendray was appointed as the chair of the Workers' Compensation Appeal Tribunal effective November 7, 2016. Prior to joining WCAT as a vice chair in 2011, Mr. Pendray practised law in the areas of personal injury and medical negligence, and as crown counsel with the BC Ministry of Justice and Attorney General. As well, he was regional manager for the Workers' Advisers Office from 2008 until 2010.

Mr. Pendray has been the updating author of Workers' Compensation in British Columbia, is a part-time member of the Civil Resolution Tribunal, and volunteers as a member of the BC Hockey Appeals Committee. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Victoria, and a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of British Columbia.



Acknowledging First Nations Territories
This webinar is hosted by CBABC, which is located on the traditional and unceded territory of the Coast Salish peoples, including the Squamish, Tsleil-Waututh and Musqueam First Nations. We encourage our members to explore the rich history and knowledge of Indigenous people, and to continue learning about their experience in Canada, past and present.

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