Get to know some happy lawyers and learn about their not-so-average law practices.
Corporate Secretary & Director of Governance
British Columbia Lottery Corporation
Kamloops, British Columbia
Chris Carter’s job title is “keeper of secrets”. As a feminist bothered deeply by the negative connotations attached to the title “Secretary” and a lover of literature, Chris looked into the origins of the word. In late Middle English, it means “person entrusted with a secret”.
Grubb Legal Consulting
Amy Grubb followed her curiosity to build the legal practice of her dreams, and now she pays that forward to other lawyers looking for change.
Sechelt, British Columbia
Once you meet Spencer Keys, you will never think of a small town general practice as outdated or boring again. Sure, he takes on traditional business, real estate and estate planning files, but he is also a systems architect.
Executive Director and General Counsel
Black Legal Action Centre (BLAC)
Being a high achiever with a passion for human rights and combating anti-Black racism helped land her role as the Executive Director and General Counsel at the Black Legal Action Centre (BLAC). But it took a village of support -- from her family, her legal peers, and her girlfriends -- to get Moya Teklu to where she is today.
Founder and CEO
Steve Monk’s winding path included changing professions and leaving a stable job several times before finding his passion with CEO Law. His journey through law is a perfect example of how it is never too late to give yourself the chance to find happiness.
OnPoint Legal Research Law Corporation
Vancouver, British Columbia Legal ResearchLegal Writing
Sarah Picciotto’s team includes a screenwriter, a musician and an acrobat. No, she does not work in the entertainment industry, she runs OnPoint Legal Research.