ALERT BAY, BC, CANADA, April 26, 2012 /Stanford Who’s Who/ — Stanford Who’s Who proudly welcomes Michael Jacobson-Weston to the distinguished class of leading professionals as a result of his remarkable work in the legal services industry. Throughout his brilliant professional career, Michael has consistently displayed the passion, vision, and dedication necessary to be considered among the best.
Mr. Jacobson-Weston has spent the past 5 years serving as Coordinator for the Alert Bay Community Justice Program, which provides legal advocacy for members of the community. Utilizing the training he received at the Justice Institute of British Columbia in BC Corrections Core Programs, Michael is responsible for supervising youth and adult probation clients as well as providing facilitation in the courses of Substance Abuse Management and Respectful Relationships. He also authors Gladue Reports on Aboriginal clients.
Michael also serves as a First Responder and Member of the Aboriginal Suicide and Critical Incident Response Team, assisting people in times of serious need. In addition, he is a Board Member of the Canadian Restorative Justice Consortium, which is a national nonprofit organization that promotes restorative justice in Canada and supports restorative justice practitioners, programs, agencies, and networks/associations.
During his collegiate career, Michael earned a Diploma in Criminology from Camosun College. He is a member of the Lions Club, Royal Canadian Legion, Whe-La-La-U Area Council, Aboriginal Professionals Network, Aboriginal Relations Network, and the Expert Witnesses Association.
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