Anthony A. Vecchio Appointed to Q.C.

We are pleased to announce that Tony Vecchio, one of the founding partners of Slater Vecchio LLP, has been appointed Queen’s Counsel by Minister of Justice and Attorney General Shirley Bond.

Thirty lawyers were appointed Queen’s Counsel this year. In congratulating all the appointees of this distinguished designation, the Minister of Justice and Attorney General Shirley Bond stated, “All Queen’s Counsel appointees have demonstrated commitment and leadership in the legal profession. I’m confident that this year’s recipients will continue to be leaders in their fields and will build on their significant contributions to B.C.’s justice system.”

Tony has been counsel on some of the largest Personal Injury cases in B.C. and is often involved in serious and complicated litigation cases. He is past president of the Trial Lawyers Association of B.C. and continues to be a frequent lecturer, speaker, and host for the association. Tony has been included in The Best Lawyers in Canada since 2006 and is being inducted as a fellow of the International Academy of Trial Lawyers.

Congratulations Tony! The team at Slater Vecchio is extremely proud of your well-deserved appointment!

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