Poster Fairly Legal 2011

Where was Fairly Legal filmed

2011, Comedy Drama
Filming country: USA Canada

Fairly Legal was filmed in Vancouver in Canada and San Francisco in the United States of America.

Locations

North Vancouver City Library

Vancouver

Scene where Kate meets Justin outside the bank in episode 1x06 “Believers”.

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Segal Graduate School of Business (SFU)

Vancouver

Scene where Kate works at her family's firm at in pilot episode.

Scene was shot Simon Fraser University’s graduate business program operates out of this 100-year-old building in the heart of downtown. The structure originally housed the western headquarters of the Bank of Montreal, and was extensively renovated in 2005 to restore it to its original glory.

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Schneider Electric

Burnaby

Scene where Kate goes to mediate a termination and ends up having to talk someone down from suicide in episode 1x06 “Believers”.

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Harrison Galleries

Vancouver

Scene where Kate goes to a cafe to watch Paul Shelton play an acoustic set in episode 1x08 “Ultravinyl”.

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Howe Street

Vancouver

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Chapel at Minoru Park

Richmond

Scene where Kate attends her best friend's wedding in episode 1x09 “My Best Friend's Prenup”.

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Westwood Village

Coquitlam

Scene where Justin talks to Kate on the phone while out jogging, and later he talks her to the phone again while getting out of the cab in episode 1x07 “Coming Home”.

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Tommy's Market

Burnaby

Scene where Kate comes upon Steve Janks smashing up the shop and smashes it up with him in episode 1x02 “Priceless”.

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Beatty Street

Vancouver

Scene where Kate arranges a reunion with Steve Janks's old friends that he doesn't attend in episode 1x02 “Priceless”.

Scene was shot Formerly the Players Chophouse.

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Columbus Avenue (between Broadway & Pacific)

San Francisco

Scene where Kate checks her phone while walking back to the office in pilot episode.

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Marine Building

Vancouver

Scene where Kate talks to Paul Hainsley outside his office about Sofia Peña in episode 1x07 “Coming Home”.

Scene was shot An Art Deco skyscraper built in 1930 which was the tallest building in the British Empire when it opened. A Vancouver heritage building.

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Aerospace Technology Campus (BCIT)

Richmond

Scene where Kate goes to talk to D'Sean Henry about his brother in pilot episode.

Scene was shot A new campus for the British Columbia Institute of Technology that opened in 2007 by the Vancouver International Airport specializing in training aircraft maintenance, commercial piloting, and airport operations.

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Napier Street & Commercial Drive

Vancouver

Scene where Kate visits Richard Neumeier where he is playing some bongos on the street in episode 1x05 “The Two Richards”.

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Waterfall Building

Vancouver

Scene where Kate is staying at Justin's place when she tries to help him with the naked guy across the way in episode 1x05 “The Two Richards”.

Scene was shot An apartment building in False Creek designed by architect Arthur Erickson and opened in 2001. The unique spiral staircases and central reception area make it a frequent choice for productions.

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Caretaker's Cottage (Murdo Frazer Park)

Vancouver

Scene where Lauren visits a client's former husband to help finalize the divorce in episode 1x06 “Believers”.

Scene was shot A small log cottage in the hidden Murdo Frazer Park in North Vancouver sits next to beautiful lake and is surrounded on all sides by tall trees. You wouldn’t even know it is surrounded by houses and located a block from the highway.

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East Lawn Building (Riverview Hospital)

Coquitlam

Scene was shot The East Lawn Building opened in 1930 and housed the Chronic Female Unit and is the largest building at Riverview. The building was designed to house 675 patients but by the 50s its had over 1,400. The building was closed down in 2005 and has been used by film productions since then.

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West Cordova Street & Water Street

Vancouver

Scene where Leonardo talks to Justin on the street. Later Justin talks to Kate on the phone while walking down the street in episode 1x03 “Benched”.

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Powell Street (between Post & Greary)

San Francisco

Scene where Kate runs and tries to catch the streetcar after meeting with Spencer in pilot episode.

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Granville Street Bridge

Vancouver

Scene where Douglas Pease has an accident while driving down the highway in pilot episode.

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Grant Street (between Salsbury & Victoria)

Vancouver

Scene where Kate is approached by Brandon Belber after talking to his parents outside their home in episode 1x08 “Ultravinyl”.

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Dock B (San Francisco Ferry Terminal)

San Francisco

Scene where Kate gets on the ferry to ride back to her boat in pilot episode.

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Vogue Theatre

Vancouver

Scene where Mack and Sherry Belber tell the story of their band's last show and of Paul Shelton's breakdown in episode 1x08 “Ultravinyl”.

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Anderson Street (between 2nd & Cartwright)

Vancouver

Scene where Kate and Justin eat at a food truck in episode 1x05 “The Two Richards”.

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Bentall 5 (Bentall Centre)

Vancouver

Scene where Kate goes to meet with Douglas and Charles Pease at their office in pilot episode.

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Score on Davie

Vancouver

Scene where Kate mediates between two brothers over a parking space at the business they own together in episode 1x10 “Bridges”.

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Eagle Harbour Yacht Club

Vancouver

Scene where Kate wakes up on her boat parked at the marina in pilot episode.

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CBC Vancouver Broadcast Centre

Vancouver

Scene where Kate grabs coffee with Justin to talk about the case in episode 1x02 “Priceless”.

Scene was shot Home of CBC Radio Vancouver and various other production facilities.

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Vancouver College

Vancouver

Scene where A video of Coach Gardner yelling at and pushing a player gets him into trouble in episode 1x03 “Benched”.

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Alexander Street (between Powell & Columbia)

Vancouver

Scene where Richard Neumeier is hit by a truck in a flashback in episode 1x05 “The Two Richards”.

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Roedde House Museum

Vancouver

Scene was shot A Victorian era house build in 1893 in the Queen Anne style for the cities first bookbinder. It is now a museum owned by the City of Vancouver and an official heritage building.

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Kitchener Street & Commercial Drive

Vancouver

Scene where Kate talks to Brandon Belber about Paul Shelton outside the cafe where the musician was performing in episode 1x08 “Ultravinyl”.

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Oceanic Plaza

Vancouver

Scene was shot Oceanic Plaza, the name applying to both the skyscraper and adjacent square, is a glass office building constructed in 1975. While the building is occasionally used for filming, most often productions shoot in the square or the former pedestrian bridge which ran across Hastings Street to Guinness Tower.

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The Vancouver Club

Vancouver

Scene where Lauren goes to lunch at the club to try and retain one of their old clients in episode 1x04 “Bo Me Once”.

Scene was shot A private club founded in 1889 a mere three years after the establishment of Vancouver. The current heritage building the club resides in was opened at midnight on New Years Eve of 1913.

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Cecil Green Park House

Vancouver

Scene was shot This building, constructed in 1912, was originally the home of Edward Davis, a prominent lawyer for the Canadian Pacific Railway, and was called Kanakla (meaning ‘house on the cliff’). It now belongs to the university and houses weddings, film shoots, and other events.

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City Centre Motor Hotel

Vancouver

Scene where Kate visits Richard Neumeier at the motel he is staying at to convince him to return in episode 1x05 “The Two Richards”.

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San Francisco City Hall

San Francisco

Scene where Kate runs out of City Hall and talks to Justin at the lunch cart in pilot episode.

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Vancouver Art Gallery

Vancouver Vancouver Art Gallery

Scene where Kate talks to Justin about her client at his office in pilot episode.

Scene was shot The Art Gallery is housed in the former Provincial Courthouse, a Neo-classic building constructed in 1906. This is a Vancouver heritage building.

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