Bobby is an Associate at Roper Greyell, practicing in all areas of workplace law, with a focus on labour, employment, and human rights law.
As an advisor, Bobby endeavours to understand the fundamentals of clients’ operations in order to provide meaningful advice and assistance. Bobby advises and assists employers operating in union and non-union environments, including public sector organizations and societies.
As an advocate, Bobby tailors his recommendations and approach to address the distinct circumstances. Bobby routinely represents employers before labour arbitrators, the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal, the Courts of British Columbia, and in other civil and administrative proceedings.
Diligent, strategic, and passionate, Bobby strives to build long-lasting relationships, and takes pride in assisting clients to achieve their desired workplace goals.
During his time in law school, Bobby volunteered with the Law Students Legal Advice Program and Pro Bono Students Canada, received academic awards for outstanding achievement in labour law and administrative law, and studied European and international human rights law while on exchange. Along with other members of Roper Greyell, Bobby coaches the UBC Law team for the annual National Labour Arbitration Competition, a competition in which teams from law schools across Canada compete in mock labour arbitrations.
On his own time, Bobby is a fan of the outdoors, an avid fiction reader, and an enthusiast of local craft beers.
B.A., Double Major – Political Science and History, University of British Columbia
J.D., University of British Columbia
Year of call
British Columbia, 2019
Membership / Affiliations
Member, Canadian Bar Association
Member, CBABC Sections (Labour, Employment, Human Rights, and Administrative)
Member, Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers