Michael Mines was born in Vancouver and grew up in the West End and Kitsilano. He was educated at the University of British Columbia, obtaining a Bachelor of Arts degree (Urban Studies) in 1983 and a Bachelor of Laws degree in 1992.
Since becoming a member of the Law Society of British Columbia in 1993, Mr. Mines has exclusively practiced criminal law, including part-time Crown Prosecution work. Over the years Mr. Mines has defended clients charged with all manner of criminal charges, from shoplifting to murder. Mr. Mines has obtained successful results for clients charged in British Columbia Provincial and Supreme Courts, including several jury trials.
With offices in Vancouver’s Marine Building, and working closely with three associates, Michael Mines represents clients throughout the Lower Mainland and the rest of British Columbia. From providing clients with early legal advice through conducting trials and appeals, Michael Mines is dedicated to helping his clients achieve the very best possible results.
Areas of Practice
Bachelor of Laws (LL.B): University of British Columbia, Faculty of Law – 1992
Bachelor of Arts: University of British Columbia – 1983
Law Society of British Columbia
Trial Lawers Association of British Columbia