Clayton Miller


Clayton grew up in Kelowna, BC. He loves nature and has a competitive streak that led to a successful career competing in the sport of Olympic Skeet Shooting. Highlights of his sports career include competing at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, winning gold at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester, and winning bronze medals at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, and at the 1999 Pan American Games in Winnipeg.

Clayton is a natural teacher who worked in the public school system before pursuing a career in law. Today, he combines his loves of advocacy and teaching to provide clients with both unparalleled counsel and a deeper understanding of the legal process.

“While teaching I realized that I was really an advocate at heart and that the practice of law was a career I was suited to,” he says. “Today, although I no longer have students, I am still a teacher who strives to educate my clients about their rights and responsibilities under the law.”


  • University of Saskatchewan, Bachelor of Laws 2005
  • University of Saskatchewan, Master of Laws, October 2017
  • University of British Columbia, Bachelor of Education 2001
  • University of British Columbia, Bachelor of Science (Physics), 2000


  • Former Member, Sport Dispute Resolution Centre of Canada Board of Directors
  • Law Society of British Columbia
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Former Member, Canadian Olympic Committee


Badminton, gardening, travel, the environment, snowboarding, camping, hiking, Latin and ballroom dancing, Kung Fu, skeet and trap shooting.