Stacey Waterman maintains a general litigation practice with a background in public and commercial law.
Prior to joining Hunter Litigation Chambers, Stacey practiced for over three years with the general litigation group at Sullivan & Cromwell LLP in New York. Before moving to New York, she clerked for the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench, the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal, and for Justice Cromwell at the Supreme Court of Canada. Stacey also has experience working at a leading Canadian national firm and at a top-ranked international firm based in the UK.
Stacey is a graduate of Dalhousie Law and of McGill University. She is fluent in both English and French.
On April 29, Claire Hunter was a panelist at the 18th National Symposium on Class Actions put on by Osgoode Hall Law School Professional Development. Claire presented on current issues in class action practice in British Columbia on the “Cross Country Check-up” panel.
Claire Hunter led a team including Hunter Litigation Chambers associates Susan Humphrey, Amanda Richards and Stacey Waterman and co-counsel Nicholas Isaac representing Her Majesty the Queen in Right of the Province of British Columbia and the Minister of Education of the Province of British Columbia in a successful motion to strike a number of paragraphs of the notice of civil claim filed by the Conseil scolaire francophone de la Colombie-Britannique. Justice Gomery’s reasons for judgment are available here.
Claire Hunter, Q.C. and Stacey Waterman were successful in obtaining dismissal of an application for special costs against a solicitor personally in a family matter. The reasons for judgment are available here.