Christopher Green is a business lawyer with over 30 years of experience in private practice in the Province of British Columbia. A graduate of Queen’s University at Kingston, and Osgoode Hall Law School, Chris has a wide and varied professional experience, having acted as criminal defence counsel, crown counsel, counsel for the Insurance Corporation of BC, and as a barrister before every level of court in the Province.
Much of his current practice is devoted to providing advice to small businesses. He is a member of the Canadian Bar Association, the BC Trial Lawyers Association and The Association of Trial Lawyers of America. Chris is also a regular participant in continuing legal education programmes, and lectures in business law to the Surrey Employment and Entrepreneurial Development Programme, the Entrepreneur Apprenticeship Programme and the Youth Entrepreneurship Programme.
He is the Past President of the Port Moody Foundation, and is a former Parks Commissioner for the City of Port Moody.
In his spare time Chris has been know to to run the odd marathon for good causes. He’s travelled the world to help raise millions of dollars for The Canadian Diabetes Association so be warned: you might just be tempted to let him get his hands on your wallet.