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2021 Provincial Training Conference has ended
HOW TO REGISTER
  1. Sign up for Sched (Click on the Saturn icon in the top-right corner)
  2. Click the check mark beside the sessions you would like to participate in (*Note sessions with pin symbols are mandatory)
  3. Done! To see your personalized schedule click on your icon/the icon on the top-right and select "MySched"

FULL SCHED GUIDE
Participants - Click HERE for a step-by-step guide on how to:
  • edit your profile
  • print your schedule
  • sync your calendar, and more!
Speakers - Click HERE for your step-by-step guide.

SUPPORT
For additional support please contact Kayla Black at kblack@lawfoundationbc.org 
avatar for Patrick Grayer (he/him)

Patrick Grayer (he/him)

Grayer Law Office
Lawyer and Mediator
Patrick is a family lawyer, collaborative lawyer, and mediator fully accredited by the Law Society of BC, and a member of Collaborative Divorce Vancouver and the Trial Lawyers Association of BC.

Patrick graduated from SFU with a Bachelor of Arts (History) degree and from UBC with a Law degree. He worked at the federal Department of Justice before setting up a private practice in the neighbourhood where he grew up and raised two children to adulthood. His practice includes mediation and family law services and from experience believes alternative dispute resolution results in the healthiest and most enduring outcomes for families and children.

Patrick’s background is in social services. He worked with people with disabilities and at-risk youth for more than 20 years prior to attending law school. He is currently chair of the board directors at Peak House, a non-profit organization that operates a residential drug and alcohol program for youth in East Vancouver. Patrick also regularly teaches various practical legal skills to law students and community based legal advocates through non-profit organizations, such as the Law Foundation of BC and Rise Women’s Legal Centre.