C. Louis (Lou) Webster
Lou was born and raised in Kamloops, BC. He completed his Bachelor of Arts in Criminology at Simon Fraser University in 1993 and graduated from the University of Victoria Faculty of Law in 1996.
Lou has had experience with a broad range of legal issues including family, criminal, wills and estates, residential real estate transactions, business and commercial disputes, and personal injury law. In addition to his legal work, Lou has been involved in federal politics for a number of years, fundraising for candidates and even managing a federal election campaign for a close friend in 2006.
Rugby is the touchstone of Lou's community involvement. He has been a rugby player for 30 years and has coached the SFU and Castaway Wanderers women's teams. He has sat on the Board of Directors of the society that manages the Castaway FC clubhouse facility for its members for 15 years. To unwind after a day in court or in the office, Lou enjoys spending time at the hobby farm he helps his brother-in-law run, where they raise pigs, chickens and cows for sale to friends and family.
After almost 20 years in Victoria, and 18 years in practice, Lou has a broad and eclectic range of contacts in both the profession and the community. His ability to access these contacts help ensure that he provides effective legal services to all of his clients.