Adam Way graduated with the 2014 JD class from the Peter A. Allard School of Law. He currently works at Harper Grey LLP (“Harper Grey”) in Vancouver as an Associate in the firm’s Environmental, Commercial, and Construction Law Groups.
Prior to attending law school, Way obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Psychology from Simon Fraser University in 2009. While at law school Way was involved in both the Law Students’ Legal Advice Program (LSLAP) and the Innocence Project. He joined Harper Grey in 2014 as an articling student before being called to the BC Bar in 2015. After his bar admission, he continued on at Harper Grey as an Associate.
Way’s practice at Harper Grey involves a variety of legal issues ranging from contaminated site litigation to risk management for construction projects. His work in environmental law frequently brings him before the Environmental Appeal Board. In addition, he often appears before the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
Apart from advising and representing his clients, Way has written several pieces relating to environmental law. In particular, he often contributes to articles published by Harper Grey. In 2016, he contributed to the British Columbia Environmental Management Legislation & Commentary and his work also appears in publications by the British Columbia Environment Industry Association (BCEIA).