Morgan Troke graduated from the law school at UBC in the LLB Program with the Class of 2007. Prior to attending law school, Troke obtained a Bachelor of Science in Computing Science from the University of Alberta in 2002. He was called to the British Columbia Bar in 2008 and joined McCarthy-Tétrault LLP (“McCarthy Tétrault”) in the same year, working out of the Vancouver office. Troke was named Partner in 2016 at McCarthy Tétrault and was admitted to the Ontario Bar in 2018.
Troke’s legal practice primarily focuses on project finance, development, and corporate commercial law but also frequently deals with infrastructure and renewable energy initiatives. His recent work includes involvement with the Broadway Subway Project, the Gordie Howe International Bridge Project, and several hydro-electric and solar power projects.
With exceptional attention to detail and continual dedication to client needs, Troke’s name is well-known in the major project financing and development field. Chambers Canada has named him a Leading Lawer (PPP and Infrastructure) while Legal 500 listed Troke as a “Next Generation Lawyer” in infrastructure and projects. In 2019, Lexpert Rising Stars (2019) listed Troke as a Leading Lawyer Under 40.