Ambrose practices civil litigation focusing on insurance and personal injury litigation. He has represented clients in the Supreme Court of British Columbia, the Provincial Court of British Columbia, as well as before the Residential Tenancy Branch and Employment Standards Tribunal. He brings experience from working in different geographical regions in British Columbia, from the Fraser Valley, the Thompson-Okanagan, and BC’s South Coast.
Ambrose obtained his law degree at the University of Manitoba where he was awarded the Canada Law Book Prize in Civil Procedure. Prior to law he worked in the field of food safety and quality, working with a major food service provider. He has been a board member for Big Brothers and Big Sisters, and was commissioned for the British Columbia Patient Care Quality Review Board. He assisted with the establishment of a pro-bono clinic in Kamloops in 2011 and has been a volunteer mentor for law students at Thompson Rivers University and University of British Columbia.
In his spare time he enjoys cooking, watching and playing e-sports, spending time with family and doing light duty maintenance on his car.
B.Sc co-op in Molecular Biology Biochemistry, Simon Fraser University, 2005
LL.B., Robson Hall at University of Manitoba, 2009
Admitted to the Law Society of BC, 2010
- Insurance Defense
- Personal Injury
- Civil Litigation