Christopher B. Doll Appointed Queen’s Counsel

doll_thNorth Shore Law LLP is pleased to announce that Christopher B. Doll has been appointed Queen’s Counsel (Q.C.) by the Minister of Justice and Attorney General for British Columbia.

The designation is an honour conferred annually on members of the legal profession to recognize lawyers acknowledged by their peers as leading counsel who demonstrate exceptional qualities of leadership, contribution to the profession of law, professional integrity and character.

Chris is the Managing Partner of North Shore Law LLP and leads our Insurance Law practice group. He represents clients with diverse interests, in all levels of court and in less formal proceedings such as arbitrations and mediations. As a trial lawyer, personal injury, contractual and insurance claims have been a large part of his practice. He has a particular interest in cases involving head injury and chronic pain, including such diagnoses as complex regional pain syndrome, chronic pain syndrome, fibromyalgia and concussion. Chris also assists our corporate clients in the resolution of issues with the governance of corporations and non-profit societies.

In 2005 Chris received a Canadian Bar Association Award for Community Service. He is a long time member of the Lower Lonsdale Business Association and served as President of that organization from 1995 – 1999. In 2005 Chris was elected as a Director of the North Vancouver Chamber of Commerce, and he served as Board Chair in 2009 – 2010. In 2012 Chris was inducted as a member of the Council of Governors of the North Vancouver Chamber of Commerce. In 2015 he was appointed to the Board of Governors at Capilano University.

Chris is an alumnus of UBC and has acted both as a mentor to students in the UBC Department of Psychology and to students in the School of Business at Capilano University. In 2015 Chris was appointed to the Board of Governors of Capilano University and continues to serve in that capacity.

In 1990, Chris helped to establish a branch of the humanitarian aid organization Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in Canada and served many years on the Board of Directors and as an Officer. He is proud to remain a member of that organization.

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