Dedicated to the mentoring goals of the CLE program in British Columbia, Mr. Stojicevic has been a faculty member for last 12 years for the provincial Immigration Continuing Legal Education Society Immigration CLE seminar, and for the seven of the past eleven years for the CBA (BC) Immigration CLE, lecturing on a variety of topics. He has contributed articles to a number of immigration related publications and has also lectured on immigration issues for a number of NGO’s.
Aleksandar (Alex) Stojicevic will also begin teaching Citizenship and Immigration Law at UBC Law School starting in January, 2011.
Outside of law, Mr. Stojicevic’s pursuits include being a member of the Executive and later President) of the Canadian Serbian Unity Congress (BC branch) from 1996-2001, as well as being a founding member of the BC Ethno-Cultural Council.
Mr. Stojicevic’s practice is limited to Immigration and Citizenship law and closely related matters such as Customs and Extradition. He has a varied practice involving clients before all three divisions of the Immigration and Refugee Board, Federal Court, Federal Court Appeal and the Provincial Court of British Columbia.
Mr. Stojicevic advises the human resources department of a number of companies, non-profit organizations and several large education institutions in British Columbia on foreign worker related matters. His practice also involves filing a broad range of economic class applications, humanitarian and compassionate applications, refugee claims, pre-removal risk assessment applications, temporary resident permit applications. Most recently, he has had a concentration on Provincial Nominee Program applications.