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Three lawyers promoted at Roper Greyell

Thursday, January 07, 2021 @ 9:48 AM | By John Chunn

Roper Greyell announced that Brandon Hillis, Julie Menten and Christopher Munroe have joined the partnership.

According to the Vancouver firm’s website, Hillis practises in all areas of labour, employment and human rights law in the workplace.

Menten practises in all areas of workplace law, including employment, labour, human rights, occupational health and safety and privacy law.

Prior to becoming a lawyer, she was a therapist and mental health expert for over a decade.

Munro practises in all areas of labour, employment and human rights law. He has represented clients before all levels of court in British Columbia, labour arbitrators, the Employment Standards Branch, the Human Rights Tribunal and the Workers’ Compensation Appeal Tribunal.

“We are delighted to welcome Brandon, Chris, and Julie to the partnership,” founding partner, Thomas A. Roper, said in the firm’s press release. “Each is a talented and well-respected workplace lawyer who brings unique perspectives to the firm.”