From students to lawyers
Rebecca Dickson, left, and Delaney Long are the newest Pushor Mitchell LLP lawyers.
Kelowna’s Pushor Mitchell LLP has added two new associates to its law firm.
Rebecca Dickson and Delaney Long are new to the fold after having served as articling students at the firm since May 2021.
“It is very rewarding to see our articling students take the barristers and solicitors’ oath and become lawyers after their time articling at the firm,” Pushor Mitchell managing partner Andrew Brunton said in a press release.
“Our team has now grown to 35 lawyers, and to serve all our client needs we provide over 25 areas of practice to the local community as well as all of British Columbia.”
Dickson completed her law degree at Thompson Rivers University and practises in the areas of business and securities law. She also advises on matters such as incorporations, shareholder agreements, corporate and share structures for start-up businesses, as well as financing and securities compliance for public and private companies.
Long secured her law degree from the University of Victoria and practises in the area of civil litigation, with areas of focus including commercial, real estate and general litigation, as well as bankruptcy and insolvency, and strata property and residential tenancy issues.