December 7, 2022
Doyle's Guide

Leading Employment Lawyers (Employee & Union Representation) – British Columbia, 2022

Sebastien-Anderson
Blair Curtis
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The 2022 listing of leading Employee-focused British Columbia Employment Lawyers details solicitors practising within the areas of employment, industrial relations and workplace safety matters across the British Columbia legal market whose practice has strong employee/applicant/trade union representation focus and who have been identified by the province’s employment law solicitors for their expertise and abilities in these areas.

Preeminent

Craig Bavis, Victory Square Law Office
Anthony Glavin, Koskie Glavin Gordon
Charles Gordon KC, Koskie Glavin Gordon
Nicole Howell, HHBG Lawyers

Leading

Steve Rogers, Victory Square Law Office
Kelly Slade-Kerr, HHBG Lawyers
Lindsay Waddell, Moore Edgar Lyster

Recommended

Carmela Allevato, Allevato Quail & Roy
Sebastien Anderson, Labour Rights Law
Allan Black KC, Black Gropper
Chris Buchanan, Hastings Labour Law Office
Will Clements, Koskie Glavin Gordon
Blair Curtis, Tevlin Gleadle Curtis
Richard Edgar, Moore Edgar Lyster
Sarah Forte, Forte Law
Christopher Foy, Kestrel Workplace Legal Counsel
James Gould, HHBG Lawyers
Colin Gusiloski, Victory Square Law Office
Lisa Moody, Samfiru Tamarkin
Susanna Quail, Allevato Quail & Roy
Martin Sheard, Inlet Employment Law

 

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