SERVING CLIENTS IN THE FRASER VALLEY SINCE 1973

 

Each of the lawyers of Kane Shannon Weiler LLP has several years of experience within their respective areas of practice. Having represented clients in the Fraser Valley and Lower Mainland since 1973, we have the breadth of experience to meet the diverse needs of our individual and corporate clientele.

 

Please click on the links below to learn more about the individual members of our team:

 

Heather Blatchford

Heather Blatchford

Melanie D. Booth

Melanie D. Booth

R. Christopher Boulton

R. Christopher Boulton

Travis Brine

Travis Brine

Darlene Dort

Darlene Dort

Chris Drinovz

Chris Drinovz

Jesse Dunning

Jesse Dunning

Heather Frost

Heather Frost

Christopher C. Godwin

Christopher C. Godwin

Ruby Grewal

Ruby Grewal

Larry Hagan

Larry Hagan

Peter K. Hamilton

Peter K. Hamilton

Partner

Alejandra (Ale) Henao

Alejandra (Ale) Henao

Junki Hong

Junki Hong

Stephen Leong

Stephen Leong

Angus H. MacLennan

Angus H. MacLennan

Peter J. McCrank

Peter J. McCrank

Partner

Aleksandra Mihailovic

Aleksandra Mihailovic

Anthony Pranata

Anthony Pranata

Bailey Savage

Bailey Savage

Kevin Scott

Kevin Scott

Partner

Clifford Shannon

Clifford Shannon

Robert F. Shirreff

Robert F. Shirreff

Vik Sodhi

Vik Sodhi

Peter W. Unruh

Peter W. Unruh

Partner

Tony Urquhart

Tony Urquhart

Partner

Michael J. Weiler

Michael J. Weiler

William G. Weiler

William G. Weiler

Andrew Zacharias

Andrew Zacharias

Articling Students

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Katherine (Katie) Matthews

Katherine (Katie) Matthews

Articling Student

Arjun Hair

Arjun Hair

Articling Student

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