Gregory G. Blue, Q.C.

Senior Staff Lawyer



Greg Blue holds a B.A. (Hons.) from the University of Saskatchewan, an LL.B. from the University of Victoria, and an LL.M. from the University of Toronto. He was called to the Saskatchewan Bar in 1981 and to the BC Bar in 1986.

He articled and practised law with MacPherson, Leslie & Tyerman in Regina, Sask. 1980-82, then served in the Constitutional Law Branch, Ministry of Justice (Sask.) and as departmental solicitor to the Department of Energy and Mines (Sask.) 1982-87. Following this, he practised law with Halyk Brent Dovell in Saskatoon, Sask. from 1987-89.

He was a Legal Research Officer to the Law Reform Commission of British Columbia from 1989-1997 and later practised maritime law with McEwen, Schmitt & Co., Vancouver from 1997-2003.

Greg Blue was the principal staff lawyer responsible for the Succession Law Reform Project, the Probate Rules Reform project, the Report on the Privacy Act and numerous other projects.  He also served as reporter to the Trustee Act Modernization Committee. He was a Co-Chair of the CBABC Legislation and Law Reform Committee in 1997-98 and its Chair in 1998-99. He is the author of the Annotated British Columbia Mineral Tenure Act (Vancouver: Western Legal Publications, 1998 and Aurora: Canada Law Book, 2nd ed. 2010.).  He was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2009.