Coval taught the Trial Advocacy Course at the University of British Columbia. He holds an LLB from the University of Toronto and a D.Phil. from the University of Oxford, where he taught law.
Effective December 21, 2020, the Supreme Court also has two new Masters: Kimberley Robertson and John Walter Bilawich.
Robertson, who is based in New Westminster, has worked at Lawson Lundell LLP, Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP and Campney & Murphy LLP. She has worked in the fields of bankruptcy and restructuring, bankruptcy, foreclosure, creditors’ remedies, estate administration and family law. She received her Bachelor of Laws from the University of British Columbia.
The Vancouver contractor Bilawich worked at Dinning Crawford Hunter Vallance, Clay & Company and Holmes Bilawich & Stewart, where he was the company’s director. His areas of practice included estate law, commercial and civil procedural law, bankruptcy law, bankruptcy law and family law. For the Board of Governors of the Trial Lawyers Association of BC, he was a member and chair of the regulatory committee. He holds a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Alberta.
Four new judges have joined the Provincial Court of British Columbia: Darin Reeves, Emmet Duncan, Andrea Davis and Diana Vandor.