Glen McEachran grew up in Richmond and has lived in British Columbia all his life. He attended the University of British Columbia, where he received a Bachelor of Applied Science in Civil Engineering in 1983. He attended law school at UBC, then articled at Bull, Housser and Tupper. Following his call to the bar in 1988, he practiced in Vancouver for ten years. He moved to Squamish in 1998 and had been practicing personal injury law with Race & Company ever since, representing both plaintiffs and defendants.
Glen has always been involved in athletics, participating in many competitive sports including golf, soccer, curling, softball and skiing. In 1990, he competed in the Brier as a member of the British Columbia men’s championship curling team. For many years, he coached junior curling, minor baseball and soccer. He served as a Director of the Howe Sound Minor Baseball Association for several years. Between 2008 and 2010, Glen coached the Howe Sound Secondary School curling team. That team reached the B.C. High School Provincial championships in all three years, finishing as provincial runner-up in 2010. In 2011, Glen served as coach of the second place finishing team at the B.C. Provincial Junior Men’s Curling Championships.
Today, Glen enjoys skiing, Crossfit, and playing the pipes in the Black Tusk Caledonia Pipe Band in Squamish.
– British Columbia 1988
-Bachelor of Laws (L.L.B.), University of British Columbia, 1987
– Bachelor of Applied Science, Civil – Engineering, University of British Columbia, 1983
Memberships and Affiliations
– Law Society of British Columbia
– Rotary Club of Squamish, 1998-present, Past – President, Sgt. at Arms (multiple terms)
*Personal Law Corporation