Rayn joined McLarty Wolf in July 2019, as a paralegal practicum student and upon completing his studies in January 2020, began working as a paralegal. Rayn obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Legal Studies (Paralegal) from Capilano University and graduated with distinction in May 2020. During his studies, he took an array of courses among which included property law, aboriginal law, employment law, and elder law.
Prior to joining McLarty Wolf, Rayn worked for a Notary Public as a legal assistant handling a vast amount of documentation in the area of sales, purchases, and mortgages. He also assisted in the preparation of wills, power of attorneys, and representation agreements.
Rayn’s litigation related experience includes drafting pleadings, applications, lists of documents, and correspondence. He is also skilled in fact investigation, legal research, and analysis. Rayn is highly motivated and committed to safeguarding and promoting the interests of the clients of the firm.
Outside of work hours, Rayn enjoys powerlifting, martial arts, and finding new places to explore. He is also a proponent of continuing education, health and nutrition, and independent film.
McLarty Wolf adheres to all provincial health recommendations in operating its office in downtown Vancouver. Our lawyers and paralegals both work in our office and at times remotely to ensure our clients’ needs are satisfied. We continue to attend court hearings, mediations and examinations for discovery. We are also available for client meetings at our office, with appropriate safeguards, or via video conference.
With a combined litigation experience of over 75 years, our lawyers have a consistent track record of providing sound advice and effective representation to resolve legal disputes for our clients. Our lawyers regularly appear on behalf of our clients in Supreme Court and are often able to resolve our client’s disputes by means of mediation and arbitration.