Noah J. Ross | Civil Litigation, Criminal, Estates and Trusts, Landlord Tenant, Small Claims
Noah was born in Victoria, BC and has lived for most of his life in British Columbia in the West Kootenays and on Vancouver Island. He obtained an Honours Bachelor degree with distinction in Political Science and a Masters Degree in Political Science with a specialization in Cultural, Social and Political Thought from the University of Victoria. After working as an activist and researcher, he returned to the University of Victoria Faculty of Law and graduated with a Juris Doctor degree in 2015. As a law student, Noah worked as an advocate with Together Against Poverty Society and as a temporary articled student in family law. After graduation, Noah completed his articles with The Law Centre and Farris Vaughan Wills and Murphy in Victoria, BC, obtaining experience as a litigator on family and criminal files and assisting with complex litigation in the British Columbia Supreme Court. Following his articles, Noah moved to Nanaimo to join Huntsman Law where he practices family, employment and administrative law and prepares wills. Noah is committed to helping his clients achieve the result that is best for them, either through negotiation or in the courtroom. Noah is also an avid hiker, cyclist and outdoors enthusiast who looks forward to being active in the community of Nanaimo while continuing to explore Vancouver Island as he has for the past 15 years. Noah lives in the South End of Nanaimo with his partner Jenny, their cat Slim and their puppy Gracie.