Harry attended law school at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops, BC. During law school, Harry became a published author and had his Indigenous Law paper, discussing the mistreatment of Indigenous women in the health care system, published in the Sovereignty Symposium. This piece also won the second-place prize in the Chief Justice Doolin Writing Competition. While at T.R.U. Harry also volunteered on the elections committee and hosted a weekly show on the student radio station.
Harry primarily practices family law and civil litigation and has achieved success as a well-versed litigator in both the Supreme Court and Provincial Court of British Columbia. Harry has conducted trials in Provincial Court and has attained successful outcomes for clients in highly contentious matters. He has also set aside a default judgment for a client under the Judicial Review Procedure Act. Harry has advocated for clients before the BC Human Rights Tribunal, Civil Resolution Tribunal, and the Residential Tenancy Branch. Harry takes a compassionate approach and provides clients with efficient and cost-effective solutions as they navigate through their legal matters.
Harry was born in North Vancouver and raised in Surrey. In his free time, Harry enjoys listening to his favorite podcasts, stargazing, playing hockey, and watching his beloved Canucks. Harry is also fluent in Punjabi.