Terrance was born and raised in Burnaby, BC. He obtained a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations from Brigham Young University – Provo which primarily entailed coursework in political science and economics. During his undergraduate coursework, he took two years off to work as a volunteer missionary in Nagoya, Japan where he became fluent in Japanese. Before going to law school, Terrance also lived for several years in a small mountain town in Japan where he worked as an assistant language teacher in an elementary school and junior high school.
In 2020, Terrance earned his J.D. from the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta. He enjoyed living in Edmonton, but he moved down to Lethbridge for both summers to work as a summer student for Stringam’s Lethbridge office. While at law school, Terrance was awarded the William Gordon Egbert Prize in Administrative Law and the Gerry Lucas Memorial Award in Law for Employment Law.
Terrance started as an articling student at the Lethbridge office of Stringam LLP in June 2020. Terrance is interested in practicing in all areas of civil litigation, family, employment, corporate law and wills and estates, and he intends to maintain a general practice. He looks forward to further developing his broad range of skills in the various areas of law practiced at Stringam.