Brook Greenberg, QC is a leading British Columbia litigator with a stellar reputation in complex commercial litigation, including banking and forestry litigation. He has also been counsel in numerous proceedings relating to substantial construction disputes. Brook has significant experience both regionally and nationally and has appeared before all levels of court including the Supreme Court of Canada.
Clients seek Brook out for representation in civil litigation, arbitration and regulatory matters. Brook ensures that clients' business objectives are the primary focus of the litigation strategy.
Brook has been an elected Bencher of the Law Society of British Columbia since 2016. He is currently Chair of the Law Society Mental Health Task Force, Vice Chair of the Discipline Committee, Vice Chair of the Lawyer Development Task Force and a member of the Complainants' Review Committee. He is also currently a member of the Federation of Law Societies of Canada National Well-Being Study Steering Committee. Brook has previously served as Chair of the Law Society Discipline Committee, Vice Chair of the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Committee as well as a member of the Ethics Committee, the Access to Legal Services Advisory Committee, and the Unauthorized Practice Committee.
Brook also teaches Civil Procedure as an Adjunct Professor at the Peter A. Allard School of Law at The University of British Columbia. He was a member of the planning committee and a featured presenter in the videos used to create the Advocacy Toolkit; an award winning learning resource provided by CLE BC. Brook frequently teaches Professionalism: Ethics as a guest instructor at the Law Society of British Columbia's Professional Legal Training Course. He also often presents at CLE courses related to civil litigation, forestry, professional ethics and other topics.