Nancy Carter, QC is currently the Executive Director, Family Policy, Legislation and Transformation, Justice Services Branch, Ministry of Attorney General. Her office is tasked with the development of family policy and legislation initiatives and for leading and contributing to government’s family justice reform and transformation activities. She has worked for the provincial government in a number of capacities for over 26 years. She previously led the legislative program for the Ministry with responsibility for approximately 100 of the Ministry’s statutes. She has provided leadership in the development of democratic reform initiatives as well as civil and family law policy initiatives including the Family Law Act, the Wills Estates and Succession Act, the Limitation Act, the Franchises Act, and other private law reforms. She has a BA from the University of Victoria and an LLB from Osgoode Hall Law School and was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2020.