Ray L. Power
Ray practices civil litigation with a particular focus on commercial and administrative law. His practice includes professional liability claims, administrative proceedings, real estate disputes and civil fraud cases. Ray has appeared as counsel before all levels of court in British Columbia.
Ray received his law degree from the University of British Columbia. While in law school he worked at the Vancouver office of an international law firm. After law school, Ray clerked for the Honourable Justice Michael Manson at the Federal Court in Ottawa.
- JD, University of British Columbia (2018)
- MA, Queen’s University (2015)
- BSc, University of Victoria (2014)
- Member of the Law Society of British Columbia (2019)
- Member of the Law Society of Ontario (2019)
- Member of The Advocates’ Society (2020)
- British Columbia, 2019
- Ontario, 2019
In Tellini v. Bell Alliance, 2022 BCCA 106, Craig Dennis, Q.C. and Ray Power were successful for the appellants in overturning a trial decision which found the appellants liable... Read more
Craig Dennis, Q.C. and Ray Power successfully oppose motion by the Attorney General of Canada to stay proposed class action related to spring 2020 data breach
In Campeau v. Her Majesty The Queen, 2021 FC 1449, Craig Dennis, Q.C. and Ray Power successfully opposed a motion brought by the Attorney General of Canada to stay a... Read more