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Access to justice has been the focus of her practice throughout a career which has ranged from representing injured workers to Supreme Court family litigation.
This Self-Represented Litigant had 10 days to prepare for a trial that lasted 16 in the Supreme Court of British Columbia with an experienced lawyer on the other side. She managed to save her house, and her dignity, in the process.
Thank you again, Denice, for your clear sighted vision and great advice. Keep up the important work.
I tried contacting several legal firms but simply could not afford the cost. After several meetings and false starts, I came across an article in the Globe and Mail about Denice Barrie. I called Denice and couldn't believe my ears when she said it all sounded fairly...
In it's Featured Article on page 11, Bencher's Bulletin interviews Denice Barrie as a lawyer who has built a practice around providing 'unbundled' legal services. Nanaimo lawyer Denice Barrie can attest that, in some circumstances, a few hours of advice and coaching...
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