Peter D. Larlee
Barrister and Solicitor
Honorary Consul of Lesotho
Peter D. Larlee is the founder and principal owner of Larlee and
Associates Law Corporation which he established in 1993.
Mr. Larlee attended Bishop’s University in Lennoxville, Quebec where
he received a Bachelors Degree (Honours) in 1978. In 1985 he
graduated with a Bachelor of Laws degree after attending the
University of New Brunswick and the University of Victoria Law
Mr. Larlee has practiced immigration law since 1986, when he was
called to the Bar of British Columbia.
Mr. Larlee has held positions on the executive of the Canadian Bar
Association Immigration Section (B.C.) and is a frequent lecturer on
immigration topics for the Canadian Bar Association and is a regular
instructor for the Immigration Practitioners Certificate Program
operated by the Canadian International Centre, University of British
Columbia, Vancouver each year. Mr. Larlee has appeared before the
Canadian Parliamentary Standing Committee on Citizenship and
Mr. Larlee is a founding director of My Painted House Foundation, a
charitable organization dedicated to providing homes and families
for orphaned children in Africa.
Mr. Larlee is a member of the British Columbia Consular Corp
representing the Kingdom of Lesotho as Honorary Consul in British
Columbia, Yukon and Alberta.