Christopher Martin, Lawyers Vancouver, LK Law

Christopher Martin

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Kari O'Brien (Assistant)
Brynna Colvin (Paralegal)
Lorrie Valenzuela (Paralegal)

Christopher Martin

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As a partner at Lindsay Kenney LLP, Chris Martin has broad litigation experience in a variety of corporate commercial matters, including resolving contractual, corporate governance, shareholder and partnership disputes. He has appeared as counsel in all levels of court in British Columbia as well as the Federal Court of Canada. As an experienced employment lawyer, Chris represents employers and employees in wrongful dismissal and discrimination matters. In his practice, he successfully acts for clients who have been injured in motor vehicle accidents, and who have sought compensation from ICBC.

Prior to joining the firm in 2002, Chris received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Victoria in 1997. In 2001, he graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor of Laws, and was admitted to the British Columbia Bar in 2002. Chris is a member of the Trial Lawyers Association of BC. Chris also volunteers on the Board of Directors for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Langley.

Chris was born in Vancouver, and while growing up he enjoyed playing a variety of team sports. However, to the amusement of his teammates and playing companions, he still plays recreational softball and golf. He and his wife have two young daughters who occupy his free time and entertain him endlessly.

Community Involvement

  • Director, Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Langley
  • Manager, Lindsay Kenney LLP Softball Team
  • Past Director, The South Cambie Social Club

Bar Admissions

British Columbia, 2002

Education

Bachelor of Laws, University of British Columbia, 2001
Bachelor of Arts, University of Victoria, 1997

Memberships and Affiliations

Trial Lawyers Association of BC
Law Society of British Columbia
Director, Big Brother Big Sisters of Langley

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