Erin joined BCPIAC as a staff lawyer in September 2013 after completing her articling year here. Erin is involved in both BCPIAC’s social justice and regulatory work, and has a particular interest in administrative and human rights law. She has appeared on behalf of individual and organizational clients before various courts and administrative tribunals.
Prior to her employment with BCPIAC, Erin worked as a legal advocate with Together Against Poverty Society (TAPS) in Victoria, where she advised and represented clients in appeals concerning provincial social assistance.
Erin is currently a board member of PovNet, and is on the steering committee of the Poverty Reduction Coalition.
Erin received her law degree from the University of Victoria and was called to the Bar of British Columbia in 2013.
NEWS & UPDATES RELATED TO ERIN’S WORK
West Coast LEAF
, a BC organization dedicated to promoting women’s equality through the law, along with a long list of endorsing BC organizations, have called on the BC government and the official opposition to step up for Women's equality and "commit to implementing – fully and ...
MEDIA ADVISORY | BCPIAC Amid spiking costs, BC Hydro regulator to issue decision on rates for BC’s poor
The BC Utilities Commission
, which regulates the province’s electricity rates, has announced it will issue its decision in BC Hydro’s rate review process on Friday, January 20, ...Read More
LNG plants get special deal on Hydro, not the people who need it
December 21,2016 | Erin Pritchard & Seth Klein | The Province Link to original article
It’s always telling to see who in our province is able to win special treatment from the B.C. government. The ...Read More
For Immediate Release | BCPIAC Anti-poverty advocates call for BC Hydro to implement an electricity affordability program for BC’s poor August 15, 2016 (Vancouver) Starting on August 16, 2016, the BC Utilities Commission (BCUC) will hold a public hearing to review BC Hydro’s Rate Design ...Read More
Poverty advocates criticize Hydro for number of service disconnections June 10, 2016 | frank Stanford | CFAX 1070 Link to original article
The Together Against Poverty Society is outraged by the sharp growth in number of households being disconnected by B-C Hydro for non payment ...Read More