Community Leaders

It’s about making the greatest impact, both at home and beyond.

For over seventy years, Boughton Law has been a strong advocate for our region and civic engagement. Over those decades, it has been our people and their commitment to our communities that has allowed us to continue to have an impact.

Our people’s impact goes beyond regional boundaries. We’re immensely proud of our team and celebrate past contributions and recognize ongoing charitable, civic, and legal efforts.

George Cadman K.C.

George’s impact on both the professional and charitable realms is significant. George has served as President of the DVBIA, Chairman of Meritas Law Firms Worldwide and Chancellor of the Anglican Diocese of New Westminster. Currently, George serves as President of Kiwanis Children’s Fund Worldwide, having held leadership roles in regional arms of the Kiwanis organization previously.

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Luca Citton

Luca’s commitment to his community and profession has been a mainstay of his career. Previously, Luca served as President of the Vancouver Italian Cultural Centre Society and Board Member for Vancouver’s New Year’s Eve Celebration Society. Currently, Luca serves as Chair of the DVBIA and global Board Member for Meritas Law Firms Worldwide.

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Hon. Wally Oppal K.C.

An order of British Columbia recipient, Wally’s distinguished and ongoing legal and political career needs no introduction. Serving at the highest levels of the BC Provincial Court, then as an MLA and cabinet member including as Attorney General. Wally has lead a number of high profile public inquires and currently serves as Chancellor Emeritus of Thompson River University.

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Leslie Peterson K.C.

As a founding Partner in Boughton Law and both an Order of Canada and Order of British Columbia member, Leslie had an enduring impact on the legal, governmental and educational landscape of BC. During his career, he served as Attorney General, Minister of Education and Minister of Labour of the Province. His passion for his community and education also led him to leadership roles at UBC and the Shriners association among other endeavours.

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