Dianne has been honoured with yet another listing in an international directory of the world’s leading environmental lawyers. This time it is the second edition of the PLC Cross-Border Environment Handbook, being published by the Practical Law Company in London, England.
Meanwhile, Dianne has been extensively quoted in the British Columbia media concerning the legal ramifications of the huge Burnaby oil spill. As usual, however, the quotes are somewhat mangled; did she really describe a “deleterious substance frequented by fish”? Isn’t it odd that we usually take the press literally when we read about other people?