Kim is a founding partner* at Roper Greyell where he provides strategic and practical advice to employers on labour and employment issues in the workplace.
Kim is passionate about finding solutions to his clients’ labour and employment problems and considers himself part of his clients’ management teams. His understanding of his clients’ businesses gives him the insight necessary to best resolve complex workplace issues in a sensible and proactive manner.
Kim is passionate about finding solutions to his clients’ labour and employment problems and considers himself part of his clients’ management teams
Kim has extensive experience in all aspects of labour and employment. A skilled and resourceful advocate, he regularly represents employers at arbitrations, labour relations boards, various tribunals and the courts. His clients represent a broad spectrum of business in Canada, from forest products to diamond mining and retail. Kim has also acted as lead negotiator for many employers in collective bargaining, and routinely provides strategic advice to employers on negotiation issues.
Kim enjoys skiing, fishing, cooking, travel and reading for fun. He is a past board member of the Vancouver International Writers Festival. Kim is also called to the Northwest Territories Bar.
B.Ed. University of Victoria
LL.B., University of British Columbia
Year of call
British Columbia, 1988
Northwest Territories, 2007
Membership / Affiliations
Canadian Bar Association
Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers (CACE)
BC Human Resources Managers Association
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