Deborah M. Cumberford has over thirty years experience as a research lawyer. She has worked for several prominent litigation firms in Vancouver conducting legal research and preparing legal opinions for complex civil disputes at all court levels. Ms. Cumberford was an adjunct professor in the Faculty of Law at the University of British Columbia where she taught legal research and writing. She is the author of the Annotated B.C. Business Corporations Act (3rd ed.) and the Annotated B.C. Company Act (2nd ed.) and a contributor to the B.C. Continuing Legal Education's case digesting publication. Ms. Cumberford has also assisted in the preparation of several working papers for the B.C. Law Reform Commission and the B.C. Law Institute. She will act as Quickscribe's expert annotator in the area of business corporations Law.
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