FH&P Lawyers LLP is pleased to announce that Nancy Ling has become a Partner in the firm as of September 1, 2018.
Nancy works in estate administration, wills, trusts, estate and incapacity planning, residential and commercial real estate, property matters, corporate transactions and business law.
In addition to various volunteer projects within the community, Nancy is Chair of the Commercial and Real Estate Section Okanagan and Treasurer of the Wills and Trusts Section Okanagan.
When she isn’t busy being active in the legal sector, you can find her staying active on the nearby ski hills or enjoying the local culinary scene and entertainment with family and friends.
FH&P Lawyers is a proud sponsor of the Spring Lantern Festival
This spring, FH&P Lawyers is proud to support the OCCA’s Chinese Spring Lantern Festival. The festival will feature a Chinese New Year Dinner, performances, multiple booths, door prizes, and many more!
FH&P is hiring!
Job Opening: Associate Lawyer We are looking for an Associate with 2-5 years litigation experience. 2-5 years civil litigation experience, preferably in BC. LLB or JD and be a lawyer in good standing with the Law Society of BC Energy and motivation to work independently and as part of a team, Commitment to the highest standards of integrity, client service and collegiality
THE HIGH ROAD: INDIGENOUS PEOPLES AND THE LEGALIZATION OF MARIJUANA
With so much discussion about the ramifications of the legalization of cannabis in Canada, why has so little dialogue centred around the unique opportunities available to establish cannabis ventures on reserve land? Some ventures, like Indigenous Roots, have recognized and seized this opportunity by setting up operations on various reserves across Canada. Find out why you should be doing the same! We are proud to present this piece, which was written primarily by our very talented co-op student, Damyn Libby, who is currently finishing a degree in Indigenous Studies at UBC's Okanagan campus and who aspires to practicing in Aboriginal Law. This area was of particular interest to him due to his area of study at UBC and his Métis heritage. Please get in touch if you would like