Mark G. Underhill is a 1995 graduate of the Faculty of Law, University of Victoria, and was called to the Bar of the Law Society of British Columbia in 1996. He practised with a leading litigation boutique for ten years before establishing his own firm in 2005. His areas of interest focus on administrative, environmental, aboriginal and constitutional law, and he maintains a broad general civil litigation practice.
Robin Gage has a broad commercial and civil litigation practice with a focus on public law including environmental, aboriginal and constitutional law, employment, labour, human rights and administrative law. She provides legal advice and services to a broad range of private and institutional clients as well as administrative bodies, and has appeared as counsel before administrative tribunals and in the BC Supreme Court, the BC Court of Appeal, and the Federal Court of Canada.
Kate Phipps has a broad civil litigation practice with a focus on public law matters including aboriginal and constitutional law, administrative law, education, employment, labour, and human rights. Kate has also advised governments and regulators on policy development and regulatory compliance. Kate has appeared and assisted senior counsel before the British Columbia Provincial Court, and the Supreme Court of British Columbia, and has advocated for clients before a range of administrative tribunals.