Bruce Hallsor, Q.C.
Bruce Hallsor, Q.C. has a commercial practice that includes corporate and commercial law, real estate, secured transactions, estates, tax, and trusts. Mr. Hallsor also does some litigation in these areas, particularly at the appellate level.
Mr. Hallsor has served on the board of directors of the Prince Rupert Port Authority, the Royal BC Museum Foundation, the Saanich Police Board, and a number of private companies. He has volunteered for various organizations including Scouts Canada, Workstreams Employment Society, Fair Vote Canada, Fair Voting BC, and the Monarchist League of Canada.
Mr. Hallsor has been widely recognized for his contribution to the bar and the community at large. He was designated as Queen’s Counsel in 2016, received the Queen’s Golden and Diamond Jubilee medals for community service, and received the medal of Merit from Scouts Canada. In 2007, he was named among Vancouver Island’s top 40 under 40.
- 1995 – LL.B., University of Victoria;
- 1989 – Bachelor of Arts (History), University of British Columbia; and
- 1989 – University of Western Ontario French Immersion Programme.
- Member, Canadian Bar Association;
- Former National Chair, Wills Estates and Trusts section,
- Former Chair, Victoria Wills Estate and Trusts subsection,
- Former Secretary, Victoria Admin Law subsection,
- Former member Provincial Council,
- Editor, dial a law,
- PLTC Instructor, Law Society of British Columbia;
- Past President, Victoria Bar Association;
- Member, Canadian Property Tax Association; and
- Member and frequent presenter, Canadian Association of Assessment Council.