SABABC aims to remove any barriers South Asian students may face in pursuing a career in the legal profession and those barriers faced by the South Asian community in learning about and accessing legal services and educational programs in the community. We invite all lawyers, paralegal, law students and judges to please join SABABC.
Each year, SABABC grants scholarship and bursary awards to law students of South Asian ancestry or law students with a demonstrated interest in the South Asian community who are currently enrolled in first or second year in the Faculty of Law at the University of British Columbia, the University of Victoria or Thompson Rivers University.
Harkamal is an associate at Mackoff and Company. She is currently a Board member and the Vice President of Membership for the SABABC. She has been involved with SABABC in various roles since she was in law school.
Anita Atwal practices exclusively in the area of Employment Law with HHBG Lawyers in
Vancouver, British Columbia. HHBG Lawyers is a leading employment law firm in British
Columbia with offices in Vancouver and Surrey.
Ravneet is the founder of Arora Law Corporation. His practice focuses on civil litigation, including contract disputes, construction law, builders liens, real estate law, and negligence. Within SABA BC, Ravneet sits on the Fall Conference Commitee.
Jindy Bhalla is a partner at the downtown Vancouver law firm of Edwards, Kenny & Bray LLP. Jindy has been actively involved with SABABC since its inception, having served on the board and as treasurer for most of SABABC’s existence.
Jeevyn Dhaliwal practices in the area of workplace immigration law at Vancouver firm, Larlee Rosenberg. Jeevyn serves SABABC as Chair of both the Public Relations, Policy and Advocacy and Student/Mentorship Committees.
Hardeep S. Gill is an associate at Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP specializing in tax and corporate commercial law. Hardeep received his J.D. at the University of British Columbia Law School in 2014. Hardeep serves SABABC as Chair of the Scholarship Committee and sits on the Fall Conference Committee.
Rupinder Gosal has been involved with SABABC since 2015 and has since become a Director and a Co-Chairperson of the Student Mentorship Committee. She is committed to advancing the SABABC mandate of promoting the development of south Asian lawyers, law students, paralegals and staff.
Raminder’s focus is on insurance defence cases involving fraud, as well as coverage and bad faith claims. She brings to her practice a strong analytical skill set to assess complex facts and evidence, assess claims and conduct litigation. She has experience attending in both Provincial and Supreme Court
SABABC is committed to promoting the professional development of the South Asian legal community through networking, advocacy and mentoring. SABABC hosts panels, continuing legal education courses, and workshops on career development, social justice issues, and current events.
SABABC aims to remove any barriers South Asian students may face in pursuing a career in the legal profession and those faced by the South Asian community in accessing justice and educational programs in the community.
We invite all lawyers, paralegals, law students and judges to please join SABABC in its commitment to achieving these goals.
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SABABC’s Executive is made up of volunteers who take away time from their practices, families, and social lives to contribute to a greater cause. There is a lot of work to be done in the profession and in the community at large.