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Christopher Hirst

Christopher Hirst

Quickscribe's Expert Annotator – Builders Lien and Construction Law

Christopher Hirst is Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang's Managing Partner and the leader of the firm's Construction + Engineering Practice. Chris is also a member of the firm's Environmental, Insurance and Maritime Practices.
His practice is focused on assisting construction industry clients in the management of procurement issues, the negotiation and drafting of contracts, and the resolution of builders' liens and other construction based litigation.
Chris is a frequent speaker and writer on legal issues of interest to the construction and business communities. He is a contributing author to the "BC Builders Lien Practice Manual", published by the Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia. Chris contributes annotations in the area of builders lien and construction law on Quickscribe.

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