Samuel is fluent in both English and Korean, and practices as a general solicitor, advising clients in business law, wills and estates, and real estate transactions. He has assisted business clients in a wide variety of industries – from food trucks to tech startups – as well as non-profit organizations on matters such as business structuring, corporate governance, and various commercial agreements. Samuel also has a passion for helping clients with estate planning and administration: whether it is assisting a new family with their first wills, or easing the administrative burden from those who have recently lost loved-ones.
Prior to joining Campbell Froh May & Rice, Samuel was an associate at a boutique corporate law firm in Vancouver that specialized in small businesses. During this time, he volunteered once a month at Small Business BC’s “Ask a Lawyer” legal advice clinics. In the past, Samuel also practiced in personal injury and estate litigation, as well as Canadian immigration law. All of these experiences allow him to draw on a wide range of legal solutions that are best suited to his clients.
Samuel was born and raised in Metro Vancouver and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Simon Fraser University. He received his Juris Doctorate in 2012 from the University of Windsor. Samuel is a member of the Law Society of British Columbia and the Canadian Bar Association. He is also a member of the Pacific Club, and is an active congregant of his church in Surrey. In his leisure time Samuel practices Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and regularly volunteers his time as an instructor and coach to his teammates at a number of martial arts tournaments across Metro Vancouver.
The Law Society of British Columbia
The Canadian Bar Association
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