Katherine Akladios is delighted to return to McMillan as an articling student. She looks forward to learning from the experts at the firm and have the opportunity to work on a dynamic team.

She recently graduated from the Juris Doctor program at the University of Windsor. While obtaining her JD, she competed in the Canadian Client Consultation Competition, where her and her partner came in second place. She has also acted as a clinician at Community Legal Aid Windsor and the Transnational Environment Law and Policy Clinic. During her studies, she volunteers as a legal researcher with Pro Bono Students Canada where she provided estate-planning information for adults with developmental disabilities. She was also an editor for the Women and Law Publication and a mentor to first year female students.

Prior to law school, Katherine attended the University of British Columbia and obtained a bachelor of arts in classical, near Eastern, religious studies. Here, she was the president of the UBC Pre-Law Society and volunteered for Girls on the Run Canada. She reaffirmed her interest in law while studying international law during a semester abroad at the Humboldt Universitat zu Berlin.

In her free time, Katherine enjoys taking advantage of her west coast surroundings by staying active road biking, hiking and skiing. She is an avid traveler and looks forward to exploring more countries in the near future.

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Proposed Changes to the Promotional Activity Disclosure Requirements: Instrument 51-519

An overview of the proposed Instrument 51-519 from the BC Securities Commission on promotional activity disclosure requirements.

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Jun 30, 2021