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Jeffrey Locke - Vancouver, BC

800 West Pender StreetSuite 310 Vancouver, BC V6C- 2V6, Canada

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Updated: 05/23/2017


Jeffrey Locke has been an adjunct professor with the University of British Columbia law school since 2011. He has also acted as a supervising lawyer for the legal research program at Thompson Rivers University law school and a supervising lawyer for the co-op program at the University of Victoria law school. He is a member of the Canadian Bar Association committee and a former contributor to the Continuing Legal Education’s Annual Review of Law and Practice.

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