Awarded the Degree of LL.B. (Honours) by the University of London on September 25, 1970.
Accepted for Membership in the Professional Division of the Real Estate Institute of British Columbia (R.I.(B.C.)) on January 24, 1972.
Awarded the degree of M.Sc. in Urban Land Appraisal by the University of Reading on December 15, 1973.
Awarded the Degree of J.D. by the University of British Columbia in May, 1978.
Elected a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (F.R.I.C.S.) on January 22, 1980.
Accepted for Membership in the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (M.C.I. Arb.) on October 1, 1984.
Accepted as a Chartered Arbitrator by the Arbitration and Mediation Institute of Canada (C.Arb.) on January 18, 1997.
Awarded the Degree of LL.M. by the University of British Columbia on May 26, 2011.
Resigned from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
September 1968 - May 1969 Metro Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Assessment Assistant
November 1969 - May 1972 Land Use Officer for the Fraser Indian District of Department of Indian Affairs and
September 1973 - July 1978 President, Graham Allen Limited, Land Management Consultants
July 1978 - July 1979 Articled Law Student with Shrum, Liddle & Hebenton
August 1979 - March 1984 Sole practitioner as W. Graham Allen, Barrister and Solicitor
April 1984 - September 1986 Partner in the firm of Gardner, Snarch & Allen
October 1986 - February 2006 Partner in the firm of Snarch and Allen
March 2006 - December 2013 Associate Counsel, Boughton Law Corporation
January 2014 - Current Retired member of Law Society. Available for mediations and arbitrations
Graham Allen has served in all capacities in arbitration proceedings during the past 30
years, as counsel, sole arbitrator, nominee and Chairman of the panel. During this
period, he has been involved in more than 160 arbitrations, 90% of which were
concerned with rental or land valuation disputes. He has also been involved in more
than a dozen mediations.
He received the Real Estate Institute of British Columbia's 2017 Award of Excellence.