Profiles

Search by Deans, Faculty Members, Alumni or by Year to learn more about individuals who have made significant contributions to British Columbia’s legal history as well as those who practiced in the province but were educated elsewhere.


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Hollis Bromley is a Partner at Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP (“Alexander Holburn”), where she is currently a member of the Insurance practice group. Bromley’s own practice has a litigation focus with expertise in both insurance defense and coverage. She largely represents insurers in a...

Earlier this year, Rahim Moloo (LL.B. ’05) was working as an associate at international law firm White & Case in Washington, DC. Today, the Calgary-born lawyer works as general counsel for the University of Central Asia (UCA) in Kyrgyzstan, a landlocked, entirely...

Lana Shipley is a Partner at the Vancouver office of Lawson Lundell LLP (“Lawson Lundell”). Her law practice involves both commercial and corporate law with a specific focus on Indigenous, environmental, and energy issues. She represents a wide range of clients and frequently deals with a...

Agnes Huang, an activist and journalist who has devoted her career to date to championing the causes of women refugees and women of Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, served as lay counsel for a number of refugee women before deciding she needed an insider’s perspective on the system she was trying...

“I think of myself as being a left-leaning feminist of Aboriginal heritage,” says Amber Prince. “My philosophies are in line with Atira’s and my outlook informs all of my work with women.” Although she was not aware that this type of work existed when she was a law student, she grew into it...

For many, the thought of going to court over a small claims dispute can be an overwhelming prospect. Peter A. Allard School of Law alumna Shannon Salter is hoping to make the task a little easier as the chair of the newly-created BC Civil Resolution Tribunal.

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Born in Victoria in 1968, Peter D. Whyte was a child of immigrants. His formative years were spent in a West Vancouver household which was never quite stereotypically Canadian, yet was not stereotypically anything else either. He did not learn to play hockey, but instead became a tennis ace. He...

As an advocate for social justice, Katrina Pacey has been extensively involved in Pivot Legal Society, a human rights and legal advocacy organization based in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver, BC. She began working with the organization during her first month of law school in 2001 and took on...

Professor Gordon Christie joined the Faculty in 2004 and held the position of Academic Director of the Indigenous Legal Studies Program at the Allard School of Law from 2005 to 2016. During this time, the Allard School of Law generated a specialization in Aboriginal Law.

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Still in its infancy, animal law is a growing area of practice and one that Rebeka Breder (class of ’04) is passionate about. Her groundbreaking work in this area has garnered the attention of many and is changing the way we view law as it applies to non-humans ...

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