Surrey Employment Law Firm Office

We are dedicated to serving the needs of employees in B.C.  We recognise that not all of our clients are able to (or would find it convenient to) make the trip to downtown Vancouver to meet with us.  For this reason, in March 2017 we opened an office in Surrey to improve our accessibility to clients in Surrey, Delta, White Rock, Langley, Abbotsford, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Pitt Meadows, Maple Ridge, Mission and Chilliwack.

Five of our lawyers will work from the Surrey office. Kelly Slade-Kerr serves as the Surrey Office Managing Partner.

The HHBG Lawyers office in Surrey is located at 305 – 5446 152nd Street, Surrey, British Columbia,  V3S 5J9. Click here to view  contact information and maps.
For more information about the opening of our Surrey office, click here.
A reminder to our clients: for those unable to travel to either our Vancouver or Surrey office, we are pleased to offer “virtual legal services”.  For more information, click here

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