Chantelle van Wiltenburg
Chantelle van Wiltenburg is developing a diverse litigation practice with a focus on criminal, civil and administrative law. She has appeared and made submissions at all levels of court, including the Supreme Court of Canada.
Prior to joining Hunter Litigation Chambers, Chantelle practiced at one of Canada’s leading criminal defence firms. She has defended individuals and corporations in complex criminal, regulatory, and extradition matters at first instance and on appeal. Chantelle has litigated constitutional issues at all levels of court, intervening on behalf of public interest organizations as well as successfully challenging legislation for violating the Charter.
Chantelle holds a Master of Laws from Yale Law School, and a Juris Doctor with Honours from the University of Toronto. She earned a certificate in Transnational Law from the University of Geneva, and served as law clerk to twenty justices at the Ontario Superior Court. Chantelle has held research fellowships with Yale’s Information Society Project and Brain Injury Project, as well as the Max Planck Institute in Germany. Chantelle has received several awards for her research and writing, and her work has been published in law journals including the Osgoode Hall Law Journal and the University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review.