Greg Diamond MSc., LLB, Founder and Partner

Greg Diamond




Greg Diamond has been a full-time resident of Whistler BC since 1997. He began working as a Crown Prosecutor in 1997, primarily serving the Sea-to-Sky Corridor, and then left the Crown in 2003 to start Double Diamond Law Corporation.

He has represented a wide variety of individuals and companies in the Sea-to-Sky corridor, practicing in the areas of Personal Injury, Employment, and Criminal Law conducting trials, appeals, tribunal hearings and negotiations drafting employment contracts and other employment related agreements.

Greg offers local knowledge with diverse legal experience – he articled and practiced in downtown Vancouver law firms for three years before becoming a prosecutor. He practiced in the areas of commercial, personal injury and other civil litigation, as well as employment law, advising both individuals and companies.

Outside of the office, his interests and wide-ranging background include travel, telemark skiing, rock climbing, mountain biking, hiking, golf, and wine. He qualified for the national university championships in gymnastics and was a former tree planter; top company planter in 1988.

“Greg Diamond is extremely knowledgeable, a clear communicator, and has an excellent work ethic. He is genuinely concerned and works hard to make sure things turn out for everyone’s best interests.”


  • Called to the Bar in British Columbia – 1994
  • Bachelor of Laws, Queen’s University Law School – 1993
  • Master of Science (Biomechanics), Queen’s University – 1991
  • Bachelor of Arts (Mathematics), Queen’s University – 1987



  • Member of the Whistler Rotary Club
  • Past member of Board of Directors Selection Committee for the Community Foundation of Whistler
  • Member of Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia
  • Volunteer for 2010 information centre
  • Volunteer for UBC Faculty of Law Moot Court Program
  • Member of Whistler Off-road Cycling Association (WORCA)
  • Member of Climbers Access Society of British Columbia (CASBC)