Carey Linde has been practising law for 39 years. In that time, he raised three children to adulthood as a single father parent. He is a member of Vancouver M.E.N., a past member of Seattle M.E.N., and a participant in a men’s group. He obtained his B.A. in psychology and law degree from the University of British Columbia, where he was the acting president of the student body and president of his graduating class in law school.
Carey is a strong advocate for consensus over conflict. But he won’t avoid the just fight when reason fails. He is a member of the Trial Lawyers’ Association of British Columbia and a past member of the American Trial Lawyers’ Association.
Carey Linde pioneered the movement for equal-time shared parenting in the courts of Canada. His practice is aimed at ensuring children can keep both parents meaningfully in their lives.