James Lee Portrait

James Lee | COUNSEL

Barrister & Solicitor

J.D. - University of Victoria

E-mail: jlee@jamesleecrimlaw.com

James Lee is a Criminal Defence Lawyer who represents defendants throughout Greater Vancouver. James understands that criminal charges can result in very serious consequences for accused individuals. As such, he works diligently to select and implement a sound defence strategy for each of his clients in order to maximize their chances of obtaining a favourable result.

James understands that strong organizational and communication skills are essential for building strong client relationships and obtaining positive legal results. James executes all of his duties with his clients' goals in mind and is fully committed to representing his clients in court with a high degree of excellence. 

James received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Victoria, Faculty of Law. After law school, James worked at a general practice law firm in Burnaby, BC and a boutique civil litigation law firm in downtown Vancouver. James has successfully represented clients in criminal, civil, traffic, family and employment law matters.

David G. Baker Portrait


Barrister & SolicitoR

LL.B - University of British Columbia

David G. Baker is a friend of our law firm and operates his own independent law practice in our office. He has practiced exclusively as a Criminal Defence Lawyer for over 25 years.

A skilled negotiator, David’s toughness, creativity and keen understanding of both sides of the law have helped him secure numerous legal victories, and made him a trusted confidant to defendants from a wide range of backgrounds.

David believes teamwork and sound client relationships are vital to achieving legal success, and works to form strong collaborative partnerships with defendants. Developing this mutual understanding allows him to determine the best legal course of action, and aggressively fight prosecution as a team.

Given what’s at stake in any criminal case, David understands it’s fundamentally important that defendants understand their rights, make their voice heard, and not allow their reputation or livelihood to be compromised by aggressive prosecution.