In the May 2020 issue of the Advocate, Farris partner Ludmila Herbst, Q.C., writes about the legislated transition in B.C. from driving on the lefthand side of the road to driving on the right. The switch occurred in July 1920 outside the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island; in the latter parts of the province, where streetcars and tracks had to be adjusted to accommodate the changed rules of the road, the transition was made at the start of 1922. Research for the article revealed that the founder of Farris LLP, a former Attorney General of the province, played a key role in the passage of the legislation and its defence against Opposition attack. Read more in “Legal Anecdotes” (2020) 78 Advocate 463.