Rob focuses on major project negotiations, law drafting, aboriginal law, resource law and advocating on behalf of clients. Rob led a team that put together the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy legislation and advised on the Personal Property Security Act and others. He negotiated the key provisions of the Maa-nulth Treaty for Huu-ay-aht, has drafted over 500 pages of laws, and has negotiated with all levels of government and industry on major projects. He was a Trustee of the Islands Trust and in 2012 chaired a panel at the UBCM annual convention on “Voting on the Internet”.
Rob has an LL.B. from UVic and MBA from UBC, and is a Fellow of Institute of Canadian Bankers after having been the TD Bank Regional Comptroller in the 1980’s. Rob has practiced law in British Columbia for 20 years.