Education and Experience

Jenson joined Tevlin Gleadle Curtis Employment Law Strategies as a lawyer in June 2019. Through a unique combination of co-op, articling and work experience with three regional law firms, Jenson gained over three years of full-time legal experience prior to his call to the bar. Jenson has experience in a broad range of practice areas including employment law, insurance defence, regulatory law and other types of civil litigation. He has also managed the closing process for a major commercial real estate transaction.

Jenson’s experience includes working with both employers and employees. He also has a strong interest in privacy law and data security and has recently spoken on a podcast regarding these issues.

Jenson has appeared on cases in the British Columbia Provincial Court and Supreme Court. Prior to his call to the bar, Jenson ran both a criminal law trial and a civil trial in Provincial Court. He has also contributed to files involving cases before the Civil Resolution Tribunal and BC Human Rights Tribunal. Jenson has also co-authored two employment law articles, including one for the 2016 Human Rights Law Conference for the Continuing Legal Education Society of B.C.


Prior to law school, Jenson completed a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science at the University of British Columbia. After one year at the University of Calgary, Jenson transferred to the University of Victoria law school where he volunteered with the UVic Law Centre. Jenson also completed the UVic Law Co-op program, which gave him experience working with two regional law firms in Vancouver and a provincial regulator in Ontario.

During his spare time, Jenson enjoys spending time with his dog, scuba diving, travelling, discovering new restaurants and trying new activities (especially water sports).

Career Highlights


First criminal trial

First civil trial


Articles with large regional firm; first court appearances.


Called to the Bar


First trial as lead counsel in B.C. Supreme Court