Ronald F. Hunter (Retired)
Raised in Vancouver B.C, Ron travelled south and graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Washington in Seattle in 1972. Returning to Canada, he obtained his law degree from the University of British Columbia in 1975.
While attending university, Ron found time to compete in the sport of gymnastics, representing Canada in several international events including the Pan American Games and the World University Games.
After being called to the British Columbia Bar in 1976, Ron practiced in the northern community of Prince Rupert before settling in Victoria with his family, becoming one of the founding partners in Dinning Hunter & Co. in 1981.
Although Ron's preferred areas of practice were concerned with civil litigation, during the last 10 years he has concentrated on real property law including land development and mortgages, corporate commercial law and wills and estates.
An active member of the community, Ron has in the past been actively involved with the United Church and the Boy Scouts, and more recently is a member of the Rotary Club and the secretary of the Victoria Jewish Seniors Housing Society.
After almost 35 years of practicing law, Ron announced his retirement from Dinning Hunter Jackson Law as of January 1, 2011.