Keith was raised in East Vancouver, before fleeing the nest to see more of Western Canada. He attended university in Victoria, worked for tech companies in BC and Saskatchewan, before returning to school and obtaining a law degree from the University of Saskatchewan in 2016.
After graduation Keith articled and practiced at a litigation boutique in Surrey BC, where he focused on obtaining as much court experience as possible. During articles Keith obtained his 15 (and only) minutes of fame when he assisted senior counsel in representing a plaintiff who sued a Burger King franchise for over $45,000 after she was fired for an alleged theft of 50 cents worth of food. The story went viral and was picked up by CBC, the BBC, and numerous other news outlets.
Prior to joining Clark Woods he worked in a general practice law firm, where he gained further litigation experience, as well as exposure to real estate, drafting wills, and other solicitor work.
Currently Keith’s practice involves civil litigation and real estate transactions.
- MacKenzie v John Doe, 2018 BCSC 104
- Omer v Badshah, 2019 BCSC 1814
- Naidu v Zhong, 2019 BCSC 1064
- Layton v Perales, 2019 BCSC 2227
- Dhugga v Poirier, 2020 BCSC 914
- Donato v. Quach, 2019 BCSC 2020
- Boniventure Properties Ltd. v Eng, 2021 BCSC 1716