News & Media

Pivot Legal Society's Board Chair, Stephen Mussell, is interviewed about the difference between Indigenous law and Aboriginal law.
Last week, the Supreme Court of Canada delivered a unanimous decision on R v Zora; a case about bail breaches in which Pivot intervened with help from Vancouver-based criminal defence lawyer David Fai.
Pivot Legal Society calls for an end to prolific anti-Black and anti-Indigenous policing practices in BC, and call for the enactment of recommendations.
Non-Black and non-Indigenous legal practitioners must work to understand calls from Black and Indigenous people to defund police and redistribute these vital funds to community and peer-led health and safety programming.
Looking for ways to actively support Black people’s struggle for liberation? Support local Black-led organizations!
What are my rights & responsibilities during COVID-19? What are emergency powers? Read about the different Orders that are in effect and who can enforce.
BC government’s rapid and enforcement-based decampment plan for Oppenheimer Park, Topaz Park, and the Pandora Avenue Corridor is creating a level of harm that is preventable. Read Pivot's letter and the statements from the ground.