Lisa A. Peters, K.C.
Lisa has practiced law in B.C. for 34 years. She is also called to the bars of Yukon, N.W.T. and Nunavut. Prior to her call in B.C, she clerked at the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
Lisa heads the research and opinions group at Lawson Lundell LLP. The group carries out legal research and writes opinions, memoranda of law and submissions on complex legal questions.
Prior to focusing her practice on research and opinions, Lisa was a barrister, conducting criminal and civil litigation in Vancouver.
While in Vancouver, Lisa was an adjunct professor at the Allard School of Law, teaching legal research and writing in the '90s and more recently, conflict of laws.
Lisa has been involved in law reform for decades, previously serving as the CBABC delegate to the Uniform Law Conference of Canada and as chair of the British Columbia Law institute.
Lisa is currently practicing out of Lawson Lundell’s downtown Kelowna office. She enjoys living in a rural part of the Okanagan, where she has an ongoing dispute with ground squirrels who decimate her home-grown produce.