Kenneth Craig was raised in Vancouver, British Columbia and is a former Park Ranger with the City of Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation. He has worked and lived abroad as an educator and travelled extensively in Europe and Asia. After articling with one of British Columbia’s leading dispute resolution firms, Kenneth developed an appreciation for the centrality of mediation and negotiation to a successful family law practice as well as the skills necessary for family law trial advocacy. He has appeared successfully before the Provincial Court and the Supreme Court of British Columbia on a wide variety of contested matters. He helps his clients regain control of their lives by presenting them with all options available to them under the law, listening actively to their concerns, and developing personalized solutions to each of their problems.
He has been a volunteer legal researcher at the People’s Law School, volunteers annually for the British Columbia Cancer Foundation’s annual Ride to Conquer Cancer, and supports families in need in Metro Vancouver through his volunteer work for Bikes for Tykes. His outside interests include mountain biking, snowshoeing, and hiking and he supports trail maintenance and advocacy for land access through his membership in the North Shore Mountain Biking Association.
– Bachelor of Arts (History), University of British Columbia (2003);
– Master of Applied Linguistics, University of Southern Queensland (2008);
– Bachelor of Laws, University of Leicester (2011);
– Master of Laws (Common Law), University of British Columbia (2013).
Certificates and Awards
– Certificate of Qualification, National Committee on Accreditation – Federation of Law Societies of Canada (2011);
– Addleshaw Goddard LLP Debating Prize, University of Leicester Law Society (2011);
– Graduate Tuition Award, University of British Columbia Faculty of Law (2012).
Owner & Senior Counsel
Designated Paralegal & Office Manager
Legal Administrative Assistant