Karanbir is an Associate at Clark Woods, and his practice is primarily focused on civil litigation matters, including personal injury, family law, and contractual disputes before the Supreme Court and Provincial Court of British Columbia. Prior to being called to the bar in September 2020, he completed his articles at Clark Woods as well, where he appeared before the Supreme Court on a number of occasions, including for two personal injury trials.
He holds a Master’s degree from Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. After completing his LL.M., he decided to move to the lower mainland to be closer to his family. He also holds a dual degree in Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Business Administration from Symbiosis International University. During law school, he actively participated in moot courts and interned at various law firms and law offices, including at the chambers of a judge at the Punjab & Haryana High Court.
As a young immigrant to Canada, Karanbir enjoys everything this wonderful country has to offer: hikes, road-trips, watching the Canucks, and – most of all – the people.
- Rabbani-Nejad v Sharma, 2020 BCSC 58
- MacKinnon v Swanson, 2022 BCSC 1821