Kai is an associate in the Environmental & Regulatory and Litigation & Dispute Resolution groups. He is based out of Lawson Lundell’s Vancouver office.

In his regulatory law practice, he advises and represents clients before administrative tribunals, including the British Columbia Utilities Commission, the Alberta Utilities Commission, and the Canadian Energy Regulator. He represents public utility companies, power and energy companies, and oil & gas and natural resources companies in provincial and federal regulatory matters. He advises clients on environmental assessment and permitting issues for proposed and operating projects and facilities. He also advises clients on environmental compliance issues arising from land and water permits and licences, and regulatory compliance issues involving the construction and operation of public utilities, including rate applications.

His commercial litigation practice focuses on representing companies and public sector entities in disputes in the public infrastructure, oil & gas, natural resources, and forestry industries.

He received his law degree from the University of Ottawa in 2016. He is trained in both the common law and civil law systems in Canada. He joined the firm as an associate following the completion of his joint articles with Lawson Lundell and the Department of Justice Canada in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories.

Professional Activities

  • Canadian Bar Association, Member

Community Activities

  • Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers, Director

Recognitions & Rankings

Recognitions & Rankings

  • Best Lawyers in Canada: Ones to Watch 2024: recognised for Environmental Law

News & Publications

Bar Admissions

  • British Columbia (2021)
  • Alberta (2019)
  • Northwest Territories (2018)
  • Nunavut (2018)


University of Ottawa (J.D., 2016)

University of Ottawa (LL.L., 2015)

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