Mark McPhee is a graduate from the JD class of 2013 and is currently an Associate at Harper Grey LLP (“Harper Grey”) in Vancouver. Prior to attending law school, McPhee studied at both Kwantlen Polytechnic University and the University of British Columbia Okanagan. He obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Political Science in 2009 from the University of British Columbia Okanagan.
While attending law school, McPhee actively engaged with his student body and larger legal community through a variety of outlets and initiatives. He volunteered as a Clinician and Clinic Head for the Law Students’ Legal Advice Program and was also involved with Pro Bono Students Canada and the UBC Law Review. McPhee served as the Co-Chair for the UBC Environmental Law Group from 2011 to 2012. Additionally, in 2013 he worked as an Advocate for the UBC Indigenous Community Legal Clinic.
McPhee joined McCullough Blazina Dieno Gustafson & Watt Trial Lawyers as an articling student upon graduating from law school in 2013. He was called to the BC Bar in 2014. From 2015 to 2019 he worked as lawyer at Swadden & Company. He joined Harper Grey as an Associate in December 2019.
As an Associate at Harper Grey, McPhee’s practice largely focuses on insurance and health law, representing insurers and health professionals respectively. He has significant litigation experience, having appeared for the Provincial Court of British Columbia and the Supreme Court of British Columbia as well as the BC Human Rights Tribunal. Outside his firm, McPhee also volunteers with the Access Pro Bono Society of BC where he represents and assists low income clients.