Jaime is an associate at Roper Greyell, practicing in all areas of employment and labour law with a focus on human rights and privacy law.
A strong advocate for his clients, Jaime has appeared before judges, arbitrators and adjudicators at all levels of court in British Columbia. Jaime thoroughly enjoys the humanistic aspect of workplace law, stemming from a lifelong interest in psychology, philosophy and human behaviour.
Clients appreciate Jaime’s knowledge of various industries, passion for advocacy and know they can depend on him to find practical solutions to complex workplace problems
During his time at the Peter A. Allard School of Law, Jaime volunteered with the Law Students Legal Advice Program (LSLAP), where he assisted low-income clients with legal issues, and the Law Innocence Project. As a law student, Jaime received the Hugh Ladner Memorial Prize for excellence in labour relations in 2015. Prior to joining Roper Greyell, Jaime practiced at a boutique Vancouver firm specializing in workplace law. Other roles Jaime has held include working as a labour relations consultant for a large post-secondary institution. Jaime is looking forward to developing and maintaining strong client relationships in his workplace law practice at Roper Greyell.
Outside the office, Jaime can be found spending time with his son, playing sports, or enjoying a glass of wine with a well-stocked charcuterie board.
J.D., University of British Columbia
Year of call
British Columbia, 2016
Membership / Affiliations
Canadian Bar Association, BC Branch
Hoop-Law Society, Executive, 2016-
Kids Up Front (Vancouver Chapter), Board of Directors, 2017-