Mark, a Vancouver native, received his law degree from the University of Victoria Faculty of Law in 2002, and after articling with a large national firm, joined Stewart, Aulinger & Company in 2003.
Mark has a neighbourhood practice, helping regular people in his community with their legal needs. A senior lawyer at Stewart, Aulinger & Company, Mark has extensive experience in a wide range of transactions and contexts, providing sophisticated legal advice to individuals and small businesses. He focuses on Wills and Estates, Real Estate, Business, Corporate Commercial, and Family Law.
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Judith Milliken Q.C. a native of Saskatchewan, has practised in B.C. since 1976. With the honorary designation of Queen’s Counsel she is recognized by her profession as “learned in the law” (and she is the third generation of Q.C. lawyers in her family).
Judith initially practised commercial law in Victoria before spending over 20 years as Crown Counsel. She was named a major crime prosecutor for Vancouver–a recognition of both her courtroom skills and her ability to ‘get to the bottom’ of any situation.
Judith also spent years at Criminal Justice Headquarters for the Attorney General of B.C. where, among many duties, she had responsibility for elder abuse, criminal harassment, violence against women, child abuse, hate and bias crimes, gender equality and multiculturalism. She was also responsible for all French language prosecutions in B.C. and has prosecuted several jury trials in French.
Judith has now been practising estate litigation for several years and co-written many published articles on various estate litigation topics.
Judith speaks English, French and Spanish and enjoys people from all walks of life. She is a problem solver, a teacher and a communicator by nature. Judith is especially effective in learning people’s stories and communicating those stories persuasively –whether in settlement letters, mediation or in the courtroom.