Richard Rogers

Registrar and Executive Director

British Columbia's Civil Resolution Tribunal

Richard Rogers is the Registrar and Executive Director of the Civil Resolution Tribunal (CRT). Richard has worked in the public sector for more than 20 years, including serving as Registrar of the Property Assessment Appeal Board and as Deputy Registrar of Companies. Richard has expertise in operational management, as well as policy and financial analysis and planning. Richard uses this experience to work with the Chair and CRT staff to oversee CRT operations and to further develop and improve CRT processes and technology. Prior to joining the public service, Richard practiced law for three years in Nanaimo, British Columbia.


Transforming access to justice, a digital approach

08/11/2018 13.35 - 14.10

Industry InnovationsBreakout1Breakout session

We all recognize the importance that laws and regulations have in our society. In fact, developing and maintaining a safe community is part of our evolution story, and our civilization has been built on systems that provide safety, and ensure that communities run fairly. However, across many parts of our justice system, the inherent age, traditions and complexity of these systems has resulted in...