Peter Unruh grew up in a small town near Edmonton, but he wanted to see the world. Once high school was behind him, Peter took a road trip south on his ten-speed with a tent and a food budget of $3 per day. He spent several amazing months travelling further south, eventually making it halfway through the US. A little older and much wiser, he made his way back home and enrolled at the University of Alberta. Putting his characteristic intensity to use, Peter obtained his B.A. in History and Political Science. He graduated from law school in 1987 after receiving his LL.B. degree and winning several provincial and national moot court competitions. He moved to the west coast soon after graduation to serve the residents of the Lower Mainland.
More than two decades later, Peter still bikes regularly and considers himself an avid outdoorsman. He also enjoys travelling to historic landmarks with his wife and two children. When he’s not working in his practice or offering work as a skilled mediator, Peter teaches criminology and criminal law at Simon Fraser University and Kwantlen Polytechnic University. He is also a regular lecturer for the Professional Legal Training Course.
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