Keith Schille


Keith Schille completed his law degree at the University of Victoria in the spring of 2020. Keith spent most of his life under the wide skies of Winnipeg, Manitoba before moving to Victoria to attend law school in the summer of 2017.

Prior to completing his law degree, he obtained a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Manitoba with a major in Philosophy and a minor in Psychology. During his undergraduate degree, Keith was a frequent participant in events organized by the Manitoba Association for Rights and Liberties, including both the 2017 and 2018 MARL Ethics Slams.  He recalls “Philosophy of Law” being his favorite undergraduate class, and credits it for his ongoing fascination with topics at the intersection of law and philosophy.

While working on his law degree, Keith completed a term with the Environmental Law Clinic and authored a report outlining legal protections in place for old growth forest in the Great Bear Rainforest and across the province. He was interviewed about his report on a series of CBC talk shows, airing in Victoria, Vancouver, and Kelowna. Additionally, Keith looks back fondly on his participation in the 2019 Gale Cup Moot, where he gained valuable experience dealing with complex criminal and constitutional issues.

Keith joined Acheson Sweeney Foley Sahota as a summer law student in 2019 and completed his articles with the firm in the Summer of 2021.

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