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Roseanna Gentry

Lindsay Kenney LLP | Langley, British Columbia, Canada

A lawyer since 2018


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Lindsay Kenney LLP
8621 201 Street, Langley, British Columbia, Canada V2Y 0G9
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Roseanna Gentry, known as Rose among colleagues, takes pride in her role as a personal injury lawyer. She's carved out a niche for herself at Lindsay Kenney's Langley office, diving into the complexities of general litigation. Before making her mark there, she honed her skills at a Vancouver-based firm specializing in similar cases.

Her journey into law wasn't straightforward. It began with a profound experience at the Indigenous Community Legal Clinic (ICLC) during her law school years at UBC. There, she not only contributed to offering free legal aid to the Indigenous populations in the Downtown Eastside but also absorbed invaluable lessons in advocacy and social justice. This stint was more than an educational pursuit; it was a chance to directly impact lives, aligning perfectly with her passion for law and social equity.

Moreover, Rose's commitment to giving back didn't end with the ICLC. She further extended her services as a volunteer Clinic Assistant with Access Pro Bono, specifically in the Civil Chambers Program. This role enabled her to further understand the nuances of legal assistance, particularly for those unable to afford it.

Outside the courtroom, Rose's adventurous spirit shines through. Whether it's snowboarding down steep slopes, challenging herself with downhill mountain biking, or experimenting with new recipes in the kitchen, she embraces activities that push her limits.

Her academic background is as diverse as her interests. After earning a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology with a minor in Psychology from Kwantlen Polytechnic University in 2013, she pursued a Juris Doctor focusing on Law and Social Justice from the University of British Columbia, graduating in 2017. This education laid the groundwork for her legal career, culminating in her admission to the British Columbia Bar in 2018.

Rose's story is a testament to her belief in justice, community service, and the pursuit of personal growth through adventure. Her journey reflects a dedication not just to the practice of law but to the principles of equity and the power of community engagement.


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