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<noinclude>{{Template:Clicklaw Wikibooks Contributor}}</noinclude>{{Contributor | bio = '''Cliff Thorstenson''' is a lawyer at the Nicola Valley Advocacy Centre in Merritt, British Columbia. A lawyer since 1987, Cliff practises mainly in the areas of aboriginal, criminal and poverty-related law. He has a wife and three adult children and has resided in the Nicola Valley for the past 20 years.  
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<noinclude>{{Template:Clicklaw Wikibooks Contributor}}</noinclude>{{Contributor | bio = '''Cliff Thorstenson''' is a lawyer at the Nicola Valley Advocacy Centre in Merritt, British Columbia. A lawyer since 1987, Cliff practises mainly in the areas of aboriginal, criminal and poverty-related law. He has a wife and three adult children and has resided in the Nicola Valley for the past 25 years.  
  
 
Cliff is the founding author of ''[[Legal Help for British Columbians]]'', and has been instrumental in expanding the scope and reach of the Guide with each successive edition, including its transition into a [[Clicklaw Wikibooks|Clicklaw Wikibook]].  
 
Cliff is the founding author of ''[[Legal Help for British Columbians]]'', and has been instrumental in expanding the scope and reach of the Guide with each successive edition, including its transition into a [[Clicklaw Wikibooks|Clicklaw Wikibook]].  

Latest revision as of 16:37, 24 April 2017


Cliff Thorstenson
Cliff Thorstenson, Nicola Valley Advocacy Centre
Cliff Thorstenson is a lawyer at the Nicola Valley Advocacy Centre in Merritt, British Columbia. A lawyer since 1987, Cliff practises mainly in the areas of aboriginal, criminal and poverty-related law. He has a wife and three adult children and has resided in the Nicola Valley for the past 25 years.

Cliff is the founding author of Legal Help for British Columbians, and has been instrumental in expanding the scope and reach of the Guide with each successive edition, including its transition into a Clicklaw Wikibook.