Bruce is a the managing partner of British Columbia’s oldest law firm, and has a strong background in community service, including working with youth, providing his experience to various charities on boards, and being involved in political and advocacy roles.
Bruce is a past president of the Victoria Bar Association, and also served as national Chair of the CBA’s section on estates and trusts. He has written papers and presented at several conferences on tax and estate matters. Bruce also served as President of the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms.
Bruce is also known for his leadership in politics and advocacy, as Chair of the Monarchist League, president of Fair Vote BC and Vice President of Fair Vote Canada, and as an activist in municipal, provincial, and federal political campaigns and parties who has held a number of leadership positions including BC Campaign Chair and one time federal candidate.
Bruce was named among the “Top 40 under 40” for Vancouver Island in 2007. He has won the Queen’s Golden and Diamond Jubilee medals for community service, and was awarded a Queen’s Counsel designation in 2016.