Whitelaw Twining

British Columbia

2400-200 Granville Street
Vancouver, BC, V6C 1S4
British Columbia

Telephone:604 682 5466
Fax:604 682 5217

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Founded in Vancouver in 1979, Whitelaw Twining started as a small, boutique law firm with three partners. Since the beginning, we’ve pushed beyond standard litigation to find progressive, creative solutions for our clients.

Driven, progressive, creative – we don’t settle for how things have always been done. We’re doing away with traditional law firm hierarchies, choosing collaboration over competition and balance over burnout. From support staff to senior partners, we work side-by-side, sharing success as a team.

We work closely with every client to determine their needs and find the most efficient and effective resolution. We think outside the box, finding creative solutions that improve cycle times, and we share updates every step along the way. With an eye on data and analytics, we are continually improving our processes to give you the best service possible. 

When it comes to litigation, we don’t do one-size-fits-all – we are industry leaders in 27 areas of law. We have a deep understanding of what makes each sector unique, allowing us to specialize our services and achieve the best results possible.

We are headquartered in downtown Vancouver, BC with locations in Victoria, and Calgary, AB. Our spaces are designed to be open, collaborative and inspiring – and we all share the view.

Practice Areas:

  • Abuse litigation
  • Bodily Injury
  • Cannabis
  • Class Action
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Construction
  • Coverage
  • Cyber Liability
  • Defamation
  • Employment
  • Health & Disability
  • Hospitality & Liquor Liability
  • Injury & ICBC Claims
  • Insurance
  • Regulatory & Insurance Policy Group
  • Local Government
  • Multi-Jurisdictional Disputes
  • Northern Canada
  • Product Liability
  • Professional Liability
  • Restructuring & Insolvency
  • Retail Risks
  • Road Maintenance
  • Sports Liability
  • Subrogation & Recovery
  • Surety
  • Transportation


Updated March 2022