Rahul received his JD from the McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento, California. He received the merit-based Anthony M. Kennedy Fellowship throughout law school and graduated with great distinction. He earned his bachelor’s degree in construction technology and master’s degree in water resources engineering.
Prior to beginning his legal career, Rahul practiced for several years as a consulting engineer and hydrologist in British Columbia and California. During this period, he advised clients on various aspects of public infrastructure including funding, design, tendering, construction, and regulatory compliance. He is licensed as a Professional Engineer in British Columbia and California, and is a certified Professional Hydrologist.
Rahul volunteers with Access Pro Bono’s Residential Tenancy Program in Vancouver and often appears at administrative tribunal hearings as a client advocate. He remains actively involved with the profession of hydrology and serves on the Board of Registration of the American Institute of Hydrology.