Paul S. Jon


Paul is developing a general litigation practice.

Paul received his J.D. from the University of British Columbia in 2020, graduating as the gold medallist and as a Wesbrook Scholar. As a law student, Paul worked as a research assistant for several professors and served as a peer tutor and a member of the executive for the Law Students’ Legal Advice Program. He was also a member of UBC’s Gale Cup Moot team and a clinician for the UBC Innocence Project.

Before joining Hunter Litigation Chambers, Paul served as a judicial law clerk to Justices Mary Saunders and Peter Voith at the Court of Appeal for British Columbia in 2020–21 and to Justice Malcolm Rowe at the Supreme Court of Canada in 2022–23. He articled for a leading regional law firm in Vancouver and was called to the Bar of British Columbia in 2022.



Paul S. Jon, “Tenant Organizing and the Campaign for Collective Bargaining Rights in British Columbia, 1968–75” (2020) 206 BC Studies 31