John Boon J.D. | 2050 Knowledge Corporation – HKMK Law Canada

“I am motivated and to a measure qualified – as a lawyer, executive and speaker – by two factors. After many decades of life, work, triumphs and struggles, I have something to offer. I am also a grandfather that wants my children and grandchildren and those they will share the world with to have what they need to live as they want.” John Boon

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John Boon J.D. owns and operates 2050 Knowledge Corporation and HKMK Law Canada. John is a practising lawyer, executive, writer, speaker and educator.

2050 Knowledge Corp. provides training products only – not legal services. HKMK Law Canada provides business, education sector and workplace legal services – with a focus on immediate advisory sessions and ongoing management team participation.

John’s past and current work, in public and private sectors, has involved public law regulation, contract management and business management in diverse sectors. Training projects were always a focus.

John has also done significant work in the areas of: consumer protection; personal information protection; private investigation; financial services; money laundering and terrorist financing; real estate development; environmental protection; media production; aeronautics.

John’s path began from a small prairie farm and eight years in a one room schoolhouse. He has a degree in Political and Economic Studies (With Great Distinction) and a Juris Doctorate (J.D.) Law Degree (1984) from the University of Saskatchewan. He is a practising member of the British Columbia Law Society.

John studied international business in London, UK (87-88) and also holds a certificate in International Trade from the Forum for International Trade Training. FITT was founded by: Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters; Canadian Chamber of Commerce; Canadian Association of Importers and Exporters; World Trade Centres Canada; Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade; and Industry Canada.

Prior to 1984, John was a student, businessman, broadcaster and political journalist. From 1984 to 1987, before moving to BC, he was a businessman and senior policy and legal analyst with the Saskatchewan Department of Justice where he headed extensive programs of business law reform and enforcement.