Bobby practices in all areas of workplace law, including labour, employment, human rights, occupational health and safety, and privacy law. He provides proactive and strategic advice to clients operating in both unionized and non-unionized environments.
Bobby strives to build long-lasting and meaningful relationships. When working with a new client, he endeavours to understand the nature of the client’s organization and their industry, so that he can work with them to help them achieve their desired goals.
Bobby is passionate about advocating for clients in civil or administrative proceedings, including wrongful dismissal actions, grievance arbitrations, and human rights complaints.
After competing against law students across Canada as a member of the UBC Law team in the National Labour Arbitration Competition, Bobby began his legal career with Roper Greyell. During his time at law school, Bobby received academic honours for outstanding achievement in Labour Law and Administrative Law. He also spent a semester abroad at Maastricht University in the Netherlands, studying European and international human rights law.
On his own time, Bobby is a fan of the outdoors, an enthusiast of local craft beers, and an avid explorer of far-off lands.
B.A., Double Major – Political Science and History, University of British Columbia
J.D., University of British Columbia
Year of call
British Columbia, 2019