Carmine Boskovich is a graduate of the LLB Class of 2001 from the law school at UBC. Prior to law school, Boskovich obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Environmental Studies from UBC in 1996. She joined Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP (“Fasken”) in 2002 after clerking at the British Columbia Supreme Court. She was called to the British Columbia Bar in 2003. Boskovich is currently a Partner in the Indigenous Group and the Mergers and Acquisitions Group at Fasken’s Vancouver office.
Boskovich’s legal practice centres on a wide range of issues concerning major real estate acquisitions, infrastructure, and asset-based commercial transactions. She represents and advises a variety of clients including BC Hydro and Grouse Mountain Resorts. Her work varies from advising clients on day-to-day issues to large-scale commercial and property transactions.
Apart from her daily life at Fasken, Boskovich is also readily involved in the larger legal community. She is an active member for both Urban Land Institute as well as Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) of Vancouver. Her pro bono contributions include work for Habitat for Humanity of Greater Vancouver. She also regularly volunteers with the YWCA.
Boskovich is an avid skier, having worked as a Coach at Whistler Mountain Ski Club from 1995-1998. She continues to hit the mountains regularly as both a member and volunteer with the Whistler Mountain Ski Club.