Vancouver downtown street map 330 k. showing Rose Keith's 2009 office location on West Hastings  St. - CLICK FOR DETAILS


Rose A. Keith

Ms. Keith's law practice is focused on personal injury (motor vehicle accidents), employment law (employee & employer representation) and sexual abuse (typically historic institutional abuse e.g. residential schools).

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Ms. Keith graduated from the University of Saskatchewan law school in 1992 and was called to the bar of the province of British Columbia in 1993.  As the map above shows, her office is in the heart of downtown Vancouver and 2 blocks from the Provincial Courts Complex.

As an experienced litigation-trial lawyer in the areas of personal injury and employment law -- she has represented clients before the British Columbia Supreme Court, British Columbia Court of Appeal and Human Rights Tribunal.

Personal Injury Law represents about 60% of her practice.  She acts as a plaintiff's lawyer representing individuals injured in motor vehicle accidents with a variety of injuries including brain injury, spinal cord injury, chronic pain, psychological injuries and soft tissue injuries. Focus is on ensuring full compensation for all losses suffered.
A smaller part of the personal injury practice is acting for victims of sexual abuse, i.e. representing individuals who have been victims of institutional sexual abuse - including students of Indian residential schools.

Employment Law represents about 30% of her practice.  She acts for both employers and employees and in a variety of situations ranging from wrongful dismissals to human rights claims.

General Litigation takes up the balance of her practice, for example, litigation concerning the terms of sale of businesses, defamation, breach of contract.

For more information about her law practice
contact Rose Keith for more information

See also the following articles in for useful background information:

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Rose A. Keith

Barrister & Solicitor, LLB
Personal Injury · Employment Law · Civil Litigation

1486 West Hastings Street,
Vancouver, BC
V6G 3J6

Telphone:  604-669-2126   
Toll Free:  1-888-651-6638


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Trial Lawyers Association of BC

  • Executive member since 1998
  • 2003 table officer position of Parliamentarian
  • 2004 table officer position as Secretary
  • Chair of the Seminar Planning Committee
  • 2005 - Second Vice-President
  • 2006 - First Vice-President, Trial Lawyers Association of BC
  • 2007 - President, Trial Lawyers Association of BC

Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia

  • Rule 66 - Course Materials Author, September 26, 2002 and the
  • Rule 66 (Victoria) - Course Presenter, September 26, 2002.

BC Branch of the Canadian Bar Association

  • member of the Insurance Law Subsection of the CBA and,
  • member of the Employment Law Subsection of the CBA.


LEAF - The Women's Legal Education and Action Fund
· member circa 1994 -2004
[following is quoted from website 2004-03-30]
LEAF is ... "A [Canadian] National and International Leader
LEAF is a national non-profit, volunteer organization founded in 1985.  Our goal is to advance the equality of women in Canada through litigation, law reform, and public education using the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. LEAF has participated in over 140 cases and has helped women win landmark legal victories in crucial areas such as: "
· violence against women
· bias in employment
· unfair pensions
· sexual harassment
· pregnancy discrimination
· spousal support
· parental leave
· reproductive choice
· hate speech
· social assistance

· 2000-2003 Chair of Advocacy Committee of Lupus Canada (a federally registered non-profit society) promoting public awareness and education and support services for sufferers of this chronic disease / medical condition.
· 1998-2004 member of Advocacy Committee, Lupus Canada

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