Bailey was called to the Bar of British Columbia in 2018 and has a general litigation practice with a particular focus in personal injury and ICBC defence. He uses his analytical skills to evaluate and assess the legal risks of each dispute he encounters with the goal of promoting a timely and cost-effective resolution. Bailey is an experienced litigator who has appeared before the Supreme Court, Provincial Court, Mental Health Review Board and WorkSafeBC.
Through his legal practice, he routinely encounters the interconnections between mental health and the law. This inspired him to recently serve as Vice President with the Canadian Mental Health Association and as a board member with the Cariboo Action Training Society which oversee a rural camp focused on aboriginal therapeutic healing for male young offenders. Bailey was born and raised in Sechelt, BC and is a member of the shíshálh First Nation. He pursued an Aboriginal Law Specialization, Business Law Concentration, and an Environmental and Natural Resource Law Specialization while studying law at the University of British Columbia.