Mark has been practicing for more than 22 years and has a reputation in Vancouver for providing knowledgeable legal advice and assertive advocacy for his clients. He takes a detailed-oriented approach to resolving legal matters, and will make certain that your best interests are continuously kept in the foreground.
Mark Epstein is a member of the Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia and the Canadian Bar Association, is named as a counsel for the American Consulate, and is the lead lawyer for many employee assistance programs throughout the Province. He was a director of the Canadian Jewish Law Students Association; the Laurel House Autism Society of BC; a director in the Vancouver Quadra Riding Association; a director of Cambie Ratepayers’ Association; was a political delegate for South Vancouver and a deputy returning officer for elections BC; was a director of the JNF, Camp Hatikvah, CJC; and is a director for both public and private companies. Presently he is a coach for the Meralomas’ women’s rugby team, and plays rugby and hockey.
He was President of his High School, Sir Winston Churchill in his senior year, received two degrees from the University of British Columbia, and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in Political Science, International Relations, and Art History. He went on to attend at the University of Victoria where he received his Doctorate in Jurisprudence (law degree). He played football for South Vancouver, Meralomas and the Richmond Raiders Junior Football Club. He played Rugby for the Jerusalem RFC, University of Victoria, and the Meraloma RFC.
Professional Associations and Memberships
- Trial Lawyers Association
- Canadian Bar Association
- American Consulate, Named counsel