Nicole C. Gilewicz
Nicole C. Gilewicz is developing a diverse practice in criminal, civil and administrative litigation with a focus on forestry.
Nicole was born and raised in Saskatchewan and obtained her juris doctor from the University of British Columbia. During law school, Nicole worked extensively with the UBC Innocence Project and interned with the Provincial Court of British Columbia.
Before joining Hunter Litigation Chambers, Nicole articled at an international law firm in Vancouver and clerked at the Federal Court of Appeal for the Honourable Justice Donald J. Rennie. Nicole was called to the Bar of British Columbia in 2016.
"Civil Procedure – Court Rules" in the Continuing Legal Education Society of BC’s Annual Review of Law & Practice (2019), by Mark Oulton, Rebecca J. Robb and Nicole C. Gilewicz
"Civil Procedure – Court Rules" in the Continuing Legal Education Society of BC’s Annual Review of Law & Practice (2018), by Mark Oulton, Rebecca J. Robb and Nicole C. Gilewicz
"Civil Procedure – Court Rules" in the Continuing Legal Education Society of BC’s Annual Review of Law & Practice (2017), by Mark Oulton, Rebecca J. Robb and Nicole C. Gilewicz
Douglas C Harris and Nicole Gilewicz, "Dissolving Condominium, Private Takings, and the Reimagining of Property," in B Hoops et al, eds, Rethinking Expropriation Law II: Context, Criteria, and Consequences of Expropriation (The Hague, NL: Eleven, 2015).
Colin Galinski and Nicole Gilewicz, "Lacey v Weyerhauser: Post Retirement Benefits 'for life'," For Your Benefit CBA National Pensions and Benefits Section Newsletter (September 2013).
Nicole is committed to community involvement and has volunteered with organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, Ronald McDonald House Saskatchewan, the Canadian Cancer Society, the Law Students' Legal Advice Program and the George Pearson Centre in Vancouver.
Mark Oulton and Nicole Gilewicz successfully obtained an order dismissing an application brought under s. 31 of the Arbitration Act seeking leave to appeal from an arbitral award relating to the proper interpretation of a replaceable road construction agreement. A copy of the decision can be found here.
Nicole Gilewicz attended the inaugural Canadian Benchmark Women in Litigation Forum in Toronto on October 18.