Dedication with a proven record of success.
Michael brings more than a decade of experience in British Columbia real estate and Canadian immigration law. His reassuring manner will put you at ease and his experience will help you achieve your goals. Michael began his "life in law" after graduating from Simon Fraser University in 2002 from the criminology program. His early experience allowed him the opportunity to handle difficult Canadian immigration cases and he learned early on from a highly-respected mentor how to practice at all levels of immigration tribunals and courts.
He graduated from the University of British Columbia School of Law in 2007, after having received the academic Prize for Achievement in Immigration Law. He articled at one of Vancouver's premier immigration law firms and, in December 2007 he joined the team at UBC's Centre for Intercultural Communication and was a teaching assistant and occasional instructor for the Certificate in Immigration: Laws, Policies and Procedures.
Michael founded LeBeau Law in May 2008 and has built a strong and steadfast reputation in both immigration law and real estate. He has always offered mobile services in the Vancouver, Sea-to-Sky and Whistler areas for real estate transactions and is pleased to accommodate your needs; stress-free and convenient.
Michael is a member of the Law Society of British Columbia and of the Canadian Bar Association, Immigration and Real Property Sections. Michael lives in Coquitlam with his wife and precocious young son.
Real Estate Development - Immigration - Residential Real Estate
Adrienne dedicates her time to immigration matters and works primarily with individuals seeking permanent or temporary residence in Canada. She works with couples seeking to navigate the family class sponsorship process, skilled workers trying to secure a provincial nomination and businesses seeking to bring employees to Canada. Adrienne has first-hand experience navigating the stressful process of immigration to Canada and brings her personal understanding of the impact on your life to every file.
Adrienne graduated from University of Ottawa, Common Law in 2004, cum laude. She became a non-practicing member of the Law Society of Upper Canada and enjoyed more than a decade of project management and negotiations experience. Adrienne worked at the Department of Foreign Affairs in the fields of "Global Human Security" and "International Crime and Counter-Terrorism". In her role, she was awarded the Deputy Minister's Award of Excellence in 2009 for her outstanding contribution to policy and program development in the field of Corporate Social Responsibility. In 2007, Adrienne was thrilled to join the Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games (VANOC) where she was part of the amazing team whose mission was "to touch the soul of the nation". Adrienne decided to stay in Vancouver and worked for four years with non-profits before her return to active practice.
Adrienne became a member of the Law Society of British Columbia in 2017. She is a member of the Canadian Bar Association, National Immigration Section. She is on the Executive of the Canadian Bar Association’s BC Immigration Section. Adrienne lives in East Vancouver with her mountain-biking/skiing husband and her equally daring young son.
Citizenship - Permanent Resident Applications - Family Sponsorship - Work Permits - BC PNP
Sunnie S. Chung
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Sunnie S. Chung brings with her a decade of legal assistant/paralegal experience in the areas of Canadian real estate, corporate, commercial and foreclosure law after receiving her B.A. from the University of British Columbia.
Sunnie received her law degree from University of Manitoba. She was an executive member of various student groups and chaired the Manitoba Law Student Association’s Professional Development Committee.
After receiving her law degree, Sunnie worked at a law firm assisting a senior litigator in civil litigation, residential tenancy disputes, construction disputes, and estate matters at various levels of court. She also practiced in the area of Residential and Commercial Real Estate, Private lending, Commercial lending, Corporate, Wills and Estates, and Real Estate Development.
Sunnie met Michael LeBeau in 2009 as his student at UBC’s Certificate in Immigration: Laws, Policies and Procedures and eventually joined LeBeau Law Corporation in 2019 to practice in the areas of Business, Corporate, Commercial, Wills and Estates, Real Estate, Private and Commercial lending, and Residential Tenancy Disputes.
Sunnie is a member of the Law Society of British Columbia and the Canadian Bar Association. Sunnie is fluent in Korean and English.
Business - Corporate - Commercial - Wills and Estates - Real Estate - Private and Commercial lending and borrowing - Residential Tenancy Disputes