Barrister & Solicitor
Darcy Golden is a sole practitioner dedicated to advocating for the rights of immigrants and refugees. She is also committed to assisting individuals and families with matters of estate planning and administration.
Darcy attended Law School at the University of Ottawa where she graduated with a Juris Doctor in Common Law. Her legal education includes completing an internship at the Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative in Accra, Ghana, a clinical fellowship at the Aboriginal Legal Services of Toronto in Toronto, ON and an internship at the Together Against Poverty Society in Victoria, BC.
Darcy has represented clients at the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada, the Federal Court of Canada and the Provincial Court of British Columbia. Before practicing on her own, Darcy joined her father's law practice as an Articled Student and was called to the bar in British Columbia in 2013.
Peter Golden practiced law in Victoria, BC since 1992. He attended McGill Law School where he graduated with both Civil Law and Common Law degrees. He was a founding member of the Collaborative Family Law Group in Victoria, BC and contributed as a panel member and speaker at numerous conferences and workshops including for the International Academy of Law and Mental Health, the Federation of Law Societies Family Law Conference, and various Canadian Bar Association conferences on immigration and refugee law.
Peter was a board member for the Victoria Coalition for Survivors of Torture and worked in Central America as a volunteer for human rights. Peter was an enthusiastic and passionate human rights advocate and a champion for social justice.