John Boon J.D.

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

John Boon J.D. – owner of 2050 Knowledge Canada and HKMK Law Canada - is an active lawyer, executive, speaker and educator based in Vancouver, Canada and active globally.

HKMK Law Canada provides business, education sector and workplace legal services.

2050 Knowledge Canada provides global training products – focused on future, current and integrated issues of public sector governance, private enterprise, education and work.

John's past and current work, in public and private sectors, has involved public law regulation, contract management, business management and training projects in diverse sectors.

In addition to his focused work on business, education and workplace law, John has done significant work with: consumer protection; private security and investigation; personal information protection; privacy; access to information; financial services (banking, currency exchange, insurance, remittance); venture capital; money laundering; real estate development; environmental protection; media production; aeronautics; human rights; public-private partnerships; first nations business and land claims.

John's path began from a small prairie farm and eight years in one room schoolhouses. 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.

John was a businessman, broadcaster and political journalist from 1970 to 1980 – and a student from 1980 to 1984. From 1984 to 1987, before moving to BC in 1988, 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.