Roper Greyell donates $150,000 to the building project

Roper Greyell LLP is a leading British Columbia employment and labour law firm, known for providing high quality legal representation and strategic advice to employers, exclusively in the areas of employment, labour, immigration and workplace human rights law.

Many of the firm’s lawyers are alumni of the law school, including two of the firm’s founding partners, The Honourable Mr. Justice Bruce Greyell (Class of 1967) and Thomas Roper, QC (Class of 1974).

Roper Greyell represents a diverse array of private and public sector clients in most areas of the BC economy. The firm’s practice areas include management-side labour law, human rights law, employment litigation, drafting employment contracts, privacy law, workers compensation, employment standards and employment related immigration.

The firm is dedicated to supporting the legal community, promoting legal education and building a legacy of dynamic leaders.

"Roper Greyell is proud to support such a well-respected institution, one that provides great value to the legal community" says partner Thomas Roper, QC. Duncan MacPhail, the firm's managing partner adds "Like UBC Law, our firm is dedicated to building a legacy of dynamic leaders. We see our support of the UBC Law Building as a natural extension of this commitment."

The Roper Greyell Group Study Room was made possible through this generous donation.

Pictured (left to right): Thomas Roper Q.C., LSS President Yun Li, Duncan MacPhail

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