Braden began his legal career as an articled student with Stevenson Luchies & Legh in 2016 and continued with the firm as a lawyer after being called to the bar in May 2017. He has experience in a variety of areas of law and is currently working on establishing a general practice with particular focus on family law and wills and estates. Braden is also able to assist clients in, personal injury, civil litigation (including small claims), and in some real estate related matters.
Before joining the legal profession, Braden spent 12 years as a member of the Canadian Armed Forces, including 2 years in the Primary Reserves while attending law school. He has received The Canadian Forces Decoration (CD) as well as the General Service Medal for serving in Afghanistan in 2010.
Braden received his JD from the University of Victoria in May 2016. He also holds a BA in Political Science with a minor in English Literature from the Royal Military College of Canada.
Originally from Calgary, Alberta, Braden has had the opportunity to live, work, and study in a variety of Canadian cities, including Kingston, ON, Quebec, QC, and New Westminster, BC.
Braden enjoys spending as much time as possible with his wife, young son, and their dog. They can often be found walking and hiking in and around Victoria in the company of their friends. Braden also enjoys reading, keeping fit, riding horses, and travelling.