→ Member, Law Society of British Columbia
→ Member, Christian Legal Fellowship
→ Corporate member, Surrey Board of Trade
→ Member, Canada Revenue Agency Charities Technical Issues Working Group
→ 2008, Called to the BC Bar
→ 2007, LL.B., University of British Columbia
→ 2001, B.A., Trinity Western University
→ Director and secretary of several local, regional and national charities
LUKE A. JOHNSON
Luke provides legal advice to charities, non-profit organizations, businesses and individuals in the areas of charity law, corporate/commercial law, and wills and estates. His practice covers a broad range of services, including charity governance and organization, charity compliance audits, corporate reorganizations, and business transactions. Luke represents organizations across the voluntary sector including churches, private foundations, housing providers, schools, and international development agencies.
Luke was admitted to the British Columbia Bar in 2008, and has been with De Jager Volkenant since. He articled with a litigation firm. He completed his law degree at the University of British Columbia, where he received awards in intellectual property law and Korean law, and volunteered for several years with the student legal advice program. During university, he co-led the only Canadian team participating in the Oxford International Intellectual Property Moot at Oxford University. Before turning to law, Luke graduated from Trinity Western University with a degree in communications and English literature, worked for several charitable organizations, taught English in China, and operated a martial arts studio.
He lives with his wife and children in North Delta, and enjoys reading, cycling, and playing guitar and bass in his spare time.