Nanaimo lawyer appointed Supreme Court master

NANAIMO – Sandra Dick, partner with Heath's Law, appointed master of Supreme Court of B.C.

Sandra Dick, a partner with Heath’s Law, of Nanaimo, has been appointed by the province as master of the Supreme Court of British Columbia.

Dick is a graduate of UBC law school and was practicing family law with Heath Law prior to her appointment announced Friday.

Dick also has experience in estate administration, conveyancing and personal injury litigation, is a governor of the Law Foundation of B.C. and former president of the Nanaimo City Bar Association.

A Supreme Court master presides in civil chambers and registrar hearings and makes decisions about pre-trial motions and procedural orders, according to a B.C. government press release.

Dick’s appointment becomes effective Jan. 1.

To learn more about the B.C. Supreme Court, please visit www.courts.gov.bc.ca/supreme_court/.

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