We are proud to announce that Rose Keith was recently bestowed the honorary title of Queen’s Counsel, or Q.C.
This designation is conferred annually by the BC Lieutenant-Governor in Council, on the recommendation of the BC Attorney General, on members of the legal profession to recognize exceptional merit and contribution.
This honor acknowledges Rose’s professional integrity, good character and excellence in the practice of law. As a senior lawyer at Harper Grey, Rose leads by example. Her seemingly boundless energy expresses itself through her involvement in the larger legal community, actively participating in board positions for different organizations and associations.
Her legal acumen is well known and she brings both sound judgment and a well-rounded perspective to her broad practice. Rose is often recognized as a leader in her field, known across the province for her excellence in workplace law, personal injury litigation and mediation. Rose is also an active volunteer with several non-profit organizations and is passionate about supporting women in sport.
“From the moment Rose walked through our doors, she has demonstrated strong leadership skills and an eagerness to dig in and help to get things done,” says Managing Partner, Jonathan Meadows. “On top of maintaining a busy and diverse practice, Rose also makes time for the causes she holds dear and is involved with numerous initiatives in the community. We are incredibly pleased that she has been recognized in this way for her dedication and commitment to the legal profession. From all of us at Harper Grey, congratulations Rose!”
Learn more about Q.C. appointments here.