SEPTEMBER 5-22, 2023

pbgp 2023 sponsors



At Lawson Lundell, we believe in using our resources to serve the greater good by supporting quality programs in a meaningful way, including doing pro-bono work. This year, we are delighted to continue our partnership with Pro Bono Going Public to provide access to free legal advice as well as raise awareness and funds for the provision of pro bono legal services in BC. Our Firm’s pro bono clients include charities, community organizations and individuals who are marginalized or disadvantaged and without means to obtain legal counsel.

Hunter Litigation Chambers is a twenty-three lawyer litigation boutique in Vancouver. The practice of the firm is restricted to dispute resolution, with an emphasis on commercial litigation and arbitration, class actions, labour and employment, criminal and regulatory, and constitutional and administrative law. The firm is consistently listed at the top rank in independent third party guides such as Lexpert Canada, Canadian Lawyer, the Chambers Global Guide to the World’s Leading Lawyers for Business, Benchmark Canada, The Legal 500 and Best Lawyers of Canada.

At BLG, we are proud of our strong tradition of pro bono representation. Our pro bono initiatives make a profound difference for people and organizations that otherwise would be unable to access the legal system. As Canada’s Law Firm, we are honoured to have taken on a leadership role in our profession and in the regions we serve across the country.

BLG Vancouver is pleased to continue our support of Access Pro Bono and is committed to advancing the welfare of our community. Please encourage our team of volunteer lawyers as they share their passion and professional experience by making a donation towards increased access to justice in BC.

BC Housing works in partnership with the private and non-profit sectors, provincial health authorities and ministries, other levels of government and community groups to develop a range of housing options.


The Canadian Bar Association is the largest national association of legal professionals in Canada, with over 38,000 lawyers, students and judges working on the front lines of our legal and justice systems. Our 7,800 BC members witness daily how access to legal advice positively impacts British Columbians.

CBABC congratulates lawyers who generously donate their time to offer their services pro bono. Legal advice is an essential public service. This is why our President recently called on the government to provide sufficient funding for family law legal aid to improve British Columbians access to legal representation.