Get to Know Paul Briggs

Standing Up for You and Your Rights

Paul E Briggs graduated from the University of Victoria Law School in 1997. He articled and worked with a top criminal defence firm in Vancouver, B.C. for the first five years before developing his own criminal defence practice. 

He has defended every type of criminal case and has successfully argued cases at every level of Court in British Columbia. He has appeared over 100 times in the BC Court of Appeal and conducted cases at the Supreme Court of Canada. 

He is a Member of the Canadian Bar Association in both the Criminal and Immigration Sub - Section. He has appeared on television and radio in relation to cases in which he has been involved with the most recent being the case of Mr. Gurdev Singh Dhillon. 

He wants to put his years of experience in Courtrooms all across British Columbia as well as Western Canada including Winnipeg, Manitoba to work for you and defending your criminal case. 

He has also assisting many foreign nationals and permanent residents with criminal and immigration problems and understands the unique challenges and the necessary legal steps you need to take to stay in Canada and keep your status in the face of a criminal charge. 

Legal cases (and even just the language) can be complicated and intimidating. He will guide you through every step of your case, keeping you right up to date, making sure you understand exactly what is going on, and advising you on every decision that needs to be made. He keeps you involved at all stages of your case. His clients can count on his expertise and can have the confidence that he will find the best solution to their criminal or immigration law problems.  



Suite 200 - 7404
King George Blvd
Surrey, V3W 1N6


604. 288. 8686 (24hours)

604. 294. 8472 (FAX)

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