Trevin B. Rogers
Trevin was born in Prince George in 1964 and grew up in Castlegar, British Columbia. After three years of undergraduate work towards a Psychology degree, Trevin was accepted into law school at the University of British Columbia, and graduated with his Bachelor of Laws (LLB) in 1988. Trevin then articled and worked with Clark, Wilson in Vancouver in their Corporate/Commercial Department. In early 1992, Trevin moved from the "big city" to the Fraser Valley where he joined Baker Newby LLP.
Trevin is one of our firm's solicitors and his law practice is based on a strong corporate/commercial background, but has expanded well beyond that to include all aspects of general business law: real estate development, including condominiums, bare land strata developments, subdivisions, covenants and easements and related issues; commercial lending and conveyancing; purchases and sales of businesses, whether by way of share transfer or asset transfer; incorporations, shareholders agreements and related matters; partnerships and partnership agreements; leasing; construction contracts; farm and other agricultural transactions; and business/family succession planning.
Mr. Rogers and his family reside in Chilliwack where he is an active member of the community. Mr. Rogers is currently Board Chair of Chilliwack Economic Partners Corporation (being the economic development agency for the City), a member of University of the Fraser Valley's Chilliwack Campus Community Council, and the Chilliwack-Mt. Cheam Rotary Club. Trevin has also become active in coaching his children's basketball and soccer teams and is particuarly active in the Steve Nash Youth Basketball Program and the Transcanada Athletics Club Basketball Program.
Mr. Rogers is proud to have been chosen to be the recipient of the City of Chilliwack's Community Spirit Awards on two occasions, a special award for contributing to the community from The United Way, and the Canadian Bar Association, B.C. Branch Community Service Award for Westminster County. Mr. Rogers has also been awarded a Paul Harris Fellowship by his Rotary Club.