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Devin Eeg

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Devin Eeg is developing a general civil litigation practice with a focus on appeals and administrative law. He has represented clients in the Supreme Court of British Columbia, the Court of Appeal for British Columbia, and the Supreme Court of Canada.

Between summering with the firm and rejoining as an associate, Devin clerked for Justices Harvey Groberman and Patrice Abrioux at the Court of Appeal for British Columbia (2020/21), and for the Hon. Justice Andromache Karakatsanis at the Supreme Court of Canada (2021/22).

Devin graduated with a J.D. from the Peter A. Allard School of Law at the University of British Columbia in 2020, and was called to the bars of British Columbia and Ontario in 2022. Outside work, he serves as Law and Policy Liaison with the CBA BC Appellate Advocacy Section and coaches the Allard School of Law team in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot. He also holds a Master’s Degree in History.

He is fluent in English and French.

Notable Cases

Notable Cases

Yu v. 1020590 B.C. Ltd., 2024 BCSC 179: (co-counsel with Ryan Androsoff) represented the applicant in successfully applying to cancel a certificate of pending litigation (CPL) that was registered over three commercial properties, on the basis that the plaintiff’s claim failed to disclose an interest in land sufficient to meet the criteria of the Land Title Act.

Publications

Publications

Asha Kaushal, Bethanie Hastie & Devin Eeg, "Bordering the Pandemic: COVID-19, Immigration and Emergency" (2020) 41:1 National Journal of Constitutional Law 1

Speaking

“Where is the Internet? Judicial Responses in British Columbia”, Presentation (BC Studies Conference, Kamloops, BC), May 3, 2019

“Procedural Fairness: The View from BC”, Guest Lecture (Western University, Administrative Law), February 16, 2023

News

News

February 2024

Devin Eeg and Ryan Androsoff successfully applied to cancel a certificate of pending litigation (or CPL) that was registered over three commercial properties, on the basis that the plaintiff’s claim failed to disclose an interest in land sufficient to meet the criteria of the Land Title Act. The reasons for judgment are available here.

December 2023

Claire Hunter, K.C. and Devin Eeg appeared in the Supreme Court of Canada on behalf of the intervener Federation of Law Societies of Canada in Poonian v. British Columbia Securities Commission. The intervener factum is available here.

July 2023

Devin Eeg was acclaimed to the CBA BC Appellate Advocacy section executive for 2023-24 as Law and Policy Liaison.