Shannon Ramsay, K.C.


Shannon Ramsay, K.C. is an experienced litigation counsel with a broad civil and administrative law litigation practice. She advises and represents clients in a wide range of disputes in courts, commercial arbitrations, and various administrative proceedings, with a focus on complex matters. She has a particular interest in public law and access to information law.

Shannon’s recent experience includes two years acting as a Deputy Supervising Counsel for the Litigation Group of the B.C. Ministry of Attorney General, Legal Services Branch, where she oversaw and advised legal teams conducting civil. constitutional, and administrative law litigation on behalf of the Attorney General.

Shannon obtained her Bachelor of Laws from the University of Victoria in 2001 and then clerked for a year with the British Columbia Supreme Court, providing legal research and drafting support to six Supreme Court judges. She was called to the Bar of British Columbia in 2003 and joined the predecessor to Hunter Litigation Chambers, Hunter Voith, in 2005.



December 2023

The firm is very pleased to announce that Shannon Ramsay has been appointed King’s Counsel. In the news release announcing this year’s appointments, the Attorney General explained that “the King’s counsel designation serves as a testament to the exceptional dedication and contributions these lawyers have made to our legal landscape” and “signifies an elevated standing among peers and clients, showcasing their unwavering commitment to unparalleled service and expertise”. The news release is available here.