Brad Armstrong, QC has extensive experience in civil litigation, aboriginal law, administrative and constitutional law, and environmental law. He represents clients involved with land use issues, project development, regulatory approvals, environmental assessments, First Nations consultation, and litigation, in a range of natural resource industries including mining, forestry, agriculture, aquaculture, energy, independent power projects, oil and gas, and transportation. His practice extends through Western Canada and the North (including Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut).
Brad acts as counsel in court hearings and in public review hearings, in all levels of the British Columbia Courts and the Federal Courts, and before federal, provincial and territorial boards, panels and commissions.
Brad also has extensive experience in corporate and commercial litigation, injunctions, and environmental prosecutions, as well as competition law.
Brad was the firm’s Managing Partner from 2000 through 2003.
Brad is also a regular contributor to the Project Law Blog, a resource that updates proponents on developments in the law and policy that applies to the development of major projects in Canada.
Brad also teaches a course at the University of British Columbia – Natural Resources Law (2010, 2011 and 2017), Oil and Gas Law (2013-2016).