Sebastian Chern is an Associate with Howard Employment Law. Practicing in employment and labour law, Sebastian provides strategic and practical solutions and advice for workplace issues to both employers and employees.
He represents clients in employment-related litigation and disputes in the BC Supreme Court and Small Claims Court, the Human Rights Tribunal and the Employment Standards Branch, where he has appeared as counsel numerous times. Sebastian provides cost-effective service at HEL, particularly for employee clients.
Prior to joining Howard Employment Law, Sebastian practiced at Chilliwack boutique civil litigation firm Sorensen Smith, advising and representing a diverse range of clients with employment law problems and claims. He also represented parties in real property, construction, and corporate commercial disputes and litigation.
Born in South Africa, Sebastian moved to Vancouver at a young age. After receiving an English Literature degree from UBC, he attended law school at the University of Victoria.
Outside of practising law, Sebastian is a now-retired rugby player and coach who still supports his South African Springboks (go Bokke!). He now enjoys the gentler pleasures of surfing, hiking, camping, and weightlifting.