Yuki Matsuno, BA LLB
Yuki Matsuno is a lawyer, investigator and facilitator with a focus on dispute resolution.
Ms. Matsuno attended the University of British Columbia and obtained a B.A. (Honours) followed by a Law degree. After practicing as an associate with the Labour and Employment group at Russell and DuMoulin (now Fasken Martineau), she worked at BCIT for six years in Labour Relations. During that time, she obtained a Certificate in Conflict Resolution from the Justice Institute of British Columbia.
In 2004, Ms. Matsuno focused her practice on dispute resolution, and has since worked with a wide variety of individuals and organizations in the public, private and non-profit sectors. Through mediation, facilitation, and investigations, Ms. Matsuno helps employees, managers, unions and companies repair and improve working relationships in a safe and respectful setting. She brings empathy and support to those dealing with challenging situations in the workplace and ensures that each dispute resolution process is tailored to the unique needs of the people and organizations involved. Yuki Matsuno brings empathy and engagement to her work as well as an understanding of intercultural and intergenerational issues.
Yuki Matsuno trains, coaches and presents in a variety of subject areas, including mediation, negotiation, dealing with conflict, communication skills, and intercultural competency. In 2012, Ms. Matsuno held an appointment as an Adjunct Professor at the Allard School of Law at the University of British Columbia.
Yuki Matsuno is a member of the Law Society of British Columbia and the Canadian Bar Association, BC Branch. She is also a member of the Civil and Family Rosters of Mediate BC.