Fluent in both English and Mandarin, Gary practices as a general solicitor advising clients in business law, general corporate and commercial matters, commercial and residential real estate, wills and probate, and estate planning.
Prior to joining Campbell Froh May & Rice LLP in 2017, Gary was an associate at a small law firm in Richmond, B.C. where he had a general solicitor practice providing legal services to his clients in corporate, real estate, wills, probate, and estate planning matters. He also articled at a boutique law firm in Richmond, B.C. where he assisted local residents with a variety of different legal matters. Gary obtained his law degree from the University of British Columbia where he also gained valuable practical legal experience working at the UBC Law Students’ Legal Advice Program. Gary approaches his clients’ legal issues with a practical mindset as he always looks for the most efficient method to resolve a problem.
Gary was born in Taiwan but has spent most of his life living in Richmond, B.C. He has extensive experience working on legal matters for both local English-speaking clients as well as clients who are recent immigrants and can only speak Mandarin. As Gary had previously worked at a law firm where the majority of his clients spoke only Mandarin, he understands the hardships that many recent immigrants face in Canada.
Gary obtained a BASc (Bachelor’s of Applied Science) degree in electrical engineering at the University of British Columbia in 2011 before graduating with a law degree from the University of British Columbia in 2014.
He was called to the British Columbia bar in 2015.
The Law Society of British Columbia
Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers (British Columbia)
Publications & Presentations