Claire Hunter is counsel at the firm and has a broad civil litigation, public and administrative law and appellate practice. She appears regularly as counsel at both the trial and appellate level, including all levels of court in British Columbia and the Supreme Court of Canada, and before...
Carroll Heyd Chown LLP is a 10 lawyer firm established in Barrie in 1973 by Kevin Carroll, Q.C. LSM. Since then, we have developed a reputation among the bench and bar as committed advocates who are always prepared, professional, and respectful. We focus exclusively on civil litigation. We...
Geoff Muttart is a native of Kings County, Nova Scotia and has practiced law in Kentville since 1995. In addition to his law degree, he has a Bachelor of Science with a major in Biology. He has specialized training from DalTech in Environmental Law and related legislation. He is also an...
Based in Toronto, Bruce McMeekin is recognized as one of Canada’s top environmental lawyers. His 25 years of experience as a lawyer include acting as co-counsel in The Walkerton Inquiry for the Town of Brockton and attending as counsel in the Supreme Court of Canada in R. v. Castonguay Blasting.
Una Radoja is an associate lawyer with Harper Grey LLP. She practices in the areas of commercial and environmental law and is the current co-chair of our Environmental Regulation & Disputes Practice Group. Una has represented clients before all levels of BC Courts, including the Court of...
Joseph F. Castrilli is recognized as one of the most experienced environmental lawyers in Canada: by the Law Society of Upper Canada, where he is certified as a specialist in environmental law; and by Lexpert, where he is identified year after year as an environmental lawyer repeatedly recommended.
Gary Letcher* is one of Canada’s senior environmental lawyers. He was recognized by Best Lawyers in Canada as the Environmental Lawyer of the Year in Vancouver for 2012. Mr. Letcher’s practice encompasses a wide range of environmental law issues including contaminated sites,
Jim's practice is focused on all aspects of municipal and environmental law, including land use planning/land development, municipal governance, expropriation, environmental approvals, waste management and environmental due diligence aspects of corporate finance, securities transactions,
Shari Elliott was raised in Bruce County and attended Ripley District Public and High School. Shari obtained her law degree at Dalhousie Law School, graduating in 1999. Prior to starting Elliott & Elliott Shari was a partner with a local Barrie Law Firm. Shari joined Graham Partners LLP...
Elizabeth followed in her father’s footsteps and was called to the Bar of British Columbia in June 2011. She achieved her LL.B. from the University of Victoria Faculty of Law in 2010, after obtaining her BA (Honors) in English Literature at the University of British Columbia.
Brian graduated from Dalhousie Law School in Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1988. Prior to law school, Brian attended Saint Francis Xavier University where he earned recognition for academic excellence while pursuing a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Economics and was elected to both the University Senat
George is the President of the Canadian environmental consulting firm de Romilly & de Romilly Limited, obtained his Masters Degree (LL.M) in Marine and Environmental Law from Dalhousie University in 1992, specializing in the areas of international environmental law,
Jonathan is a senior partner in what is widely regarded as one of Canada's top national environmental law groups. For almost 25 years, he has provided representation and advice in a broad spectrum of environmental law and related forms of regulatory law.
Jean Piette has experience in both environmental law and the development of environmental policy. He is Chair of our environmental law team and in 1972 became the first lawyer in Quebec to develop a practice devoted entirely to environmental law.
Environmental Law, Cases & Materials, University of Western Ontario Law School, 1994 ,Bill 133, Environmental Enforcement Statute Law Amendment Act, for the Centre for Health, Environment, Safety, March, 2005
He is an Adjunct Professor of Resource and Environmental Managament at Simon Fraser University and one of Canada’s leading environmental lawyers. David’s current research focuses on the effects of enshrining the constitutional right to live in a healthy environment.
Julie is a partner and Environmental Law Specialist, certified by the Law Society of Upper Canada. She has been named annually by her peers to Best Lawyers in Canada, Environmental Law and Energy Regulatory Law and rated Repeatedly Recommended in the Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory, Aboriginal Law
Duff practises in the areas of environmental law, commercial litigation and regulatory law. He routinely acts for clients on environmental due diligence and liability issues, especially as they pertain to brownfield redevelopment. He has acted as lead counsel in several litigation cases
Alex advises Canadian and international clients on all legal issues relating to the environment. These include regulatory approvals, compliance, contaminated land, climate change, dealing with regulatory agencies, responses to government policies and the development of internal environmental