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| bio = '''Mary Mouat, QC''' is a senior subject editor for ''[[JP Boyd on Family Law]]'', and is jointly responsible for the chapter on [[Children in Family Law Matters]]. Mary graduated from the University of Victoria, Faculty of Law in 1987. Since her call to the BC Bar in 1988, Mary has maintained an active practice in Victoria. She works exclusively in the area of family law.
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| bio = '''Mary Mouat, QC''' is a senior subject editor for ''[[JP Boyd on Family Law]]'', and is jointly responsible for the chapter on [[Children in Family Law Matters]]. Mary graduated from the University of Victoria, Faculty of Law in 1987 and has been a partner at [http://www.quadralegal.com/ Quadra Legal Centre] in Victoria since 1990. She works exclusively in the area of family law and has been a qualified mediator since 1996. and a collaborative practitioner for over 10 years. Mary’s volunteer work has included Victoria Women’s Sexual Assault Centre, Island Sexual Health Society and the Victoria Heritage Foundation. Mary has also been active in the Canadian Bar Association, BC Branch, serving as a section chair and an elected representative for Victoria. Mary has served on the board of the Law Courts Education Society (now Justice Education Society) and the Law Foundation of British Columbia, including as its chair in 2009 and 2010. Mary is a director of BC Hear the Child Society and director of the Victoria Foundation.
 
 
She is a qualified mediator, an active member of the Victoria Collaborative Law Group and the past Chair of the Victoria Alternative Dispute Resolution Subsection of the CBA.
 
 
 
Mary has been active in a variety of professional organizations, including the Law Foundation of British Columbia, which she chaired from January 1, 2009 to December 31, 2010, the Canadian Bar Association's BC Branch, and the Victoria Bar Association. In addition, Mary has served on a variety of community boards, including the Victoria Women’s Sexual Assault Centre, the Victoria Heritage Foundation, and the South Vancouver Island Family Planning Society. Mary was appointed as Queen’s Counsel in December of 2011.
 
  
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Mary received a designation as Queen’s Counsel in 2011, was the recipient of the Distinguished Alumni Award from the UVic Faculty of Law in 2014 and received the Canadian Bar Association, BC Branch Georges A. Goyer, QC Award for Distinguished service in 2015.
  
 
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| name = Mary Mouat, QC
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| organization = Quadra Legal
 
| organization = Quadra Legal
 
| website =  http://www.quadralegal.com/
 
| website =  http://www.quadralegal.com/

Latest revision as of 10:21, 13 July 2017


Mary Mouat, QC
Mary Mouat, QC, Quadra Legal
http://www.quadralegal.com/
Mary Mouat, QC is a senior subject editor for JP Boyd on Family Law, and is jointly responsible for the chapter on Children in Family Law Matters. Mary graduated from the University of Victoria, Faculty of Law in 1987 and has been a partner at Quadra Legal Centre in Victoria since 1990. She works exclusively in the area of family law and has been a qualified mediator since 1996. and a collaborative practitioner for over 10 years. Mary’s volunteer work has included Victoria Women’s Sexual Assault Centre, Island Sexual Health Society and the Victoria Heritage Foundation. Mary has also been active in the Canadian Bar Association, BC Branch, serving as a section chair and an elected representative for Victoria. Mary has served on the board of the Law Courts Education Society (now Justice Education Society) and the Law Foundation of British Columbia, including as its chair in 2009 and 2010. Mary is a director of BC Hear the Child Society and director of the Victoria Foundation.

Mary received a designation as Queen’s Counsel in 2011, was the recipient of the Distinguished Alumni Award from the UVic Faculty of Law in 2014 and received the Canadian Bar Association, BC Branch Georges A. Goyer, QC Award for Distinguished service in 2015.