Sebastian Chern practices civil litigation in a variety of areas, including employment, real property, construction, and corporate commercial. Since being called to the bar in 2018, Sebastian has dedicated himself to understanding his clients’ needs and issues to find solutions that are both efficient and practical. He advises a diverse range of clients and is committed to establishing a connection with each one.
He has appeared as counsel before the Provincial and Supreme Courts of British Columbia, and administrative tribunals such as the Human Rights Tribunal, Employment Standards Branch, and the Residential Tenancy Branch.
Sebastian completed his Juris Doctor at the University of Victoria, where he was involved in several student organizations, including the Law Student Society, the Asia-Pacific Law Club, and Pro Bono Students Canada. Sebastian has also volunteered for Access Pro Bono’s Mental Health program and UVic’s Legal Information Clinic.