Peter J. Roberts, a partner at the law firm Lawson Lundell LLP, will act as Quickscribe''s expert annotator in the area of property law. Peter has extensive experience in property law disputes, contracts, real estate litigation and other related areas of law. As a writer, his articles have been published in a variety of publications including the Canadian Bar Associations'' Bar Talk . Peter has also been invited to speak at a number of events including a number of speaking engagements with the Continuing Legal Education Society of BC.
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