Chris practises in all areas of labour, employment and human rights law. Chris has represented clients before all levels of court in British Columbia, labour arbitrators, the Employment Standards Branch, the Human Rights Tribunal and the Workers’ Compensation Appeal Tribunal.
Chris regularly advises both employees and employers on executive employment agreements, workplace policies, employment standards, termination of employment and human rights issues. He also speaks and writes on a wide range of employment and labour law topics, including delivering seminars and training to clients on all workplace issues.
With an outstanding attention to detail and the ability to accommodate long term strategic goals, Chris is focused on resolving complex issues in a timely, efficient, and fair manner
Outside of the office, Chris is a vice president of the Vancouver Branch of the Queen’s University Alumni Association, volunteers with Access Pro Bono, and plays alto saxophone in the BC Regiment (Duke of Connaught’s Own) Band. Chris describes playing the saxophone as a reprieve from day-to-day reading and writing and an opportunity to experience the joys of creativity, collaboration and understanding.
B.A,(Hons, with distinction), History, Queen’s University
JD, University of British Columbia
Year of call
British Columbia, 2013
Membership / Affiliations
Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers (CACE)